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677 objects found.

Seal Ulna. Much Handled Tool
Tigara, Alaska
Seal Ulna. Much Handled Tool
163.53.15416
Eight Msc. Bone Fragments-Large
Tigara, Alaska
Eight Msc. Bone Fragments-Large
163.53.15417
Two Heavy Bone Fragments
Tigara, Alaska
Two Heavy Bone Fragments
163.53.15419
Fragment, Bone, Flat on One Side
Tigara, Alaska
Fragment, Bone, Flat on One Side
163.53.15420
Fragment, Bone, Cross Hole in Square Near End
Tigara, Alaska
Fragment, Bone, Cross Hole in Square Near End
163.53.15421
Two Pieces Flat Wide Bone
Tigara, Alaska
Two Pieces Flat Wide Bone
163.53.15423
Fragment of Prehistoric Mammoth Tooth
Tigara, Alaska
Fragment of Prehistoric Mammoth Tooth
163.53.15424
Model of harpoon and throwing board with leather sheath.
Model of harpoon and throwing board with leather sheath.
166.22.16022
Skin Scraper
Iñupiaq
Skin Scraper
Archaeological
166.43.16154
Bone Harpoon Head
Iñupiaq
Bone Harpoon Head
Archaeological
166.43.16158
Wrist Guard
Iñupiaq
Wrist Guard
Archaeological
166.43.16166
Man's Stone Bladed Knife
Iñupiaq
Man's Stone Bladed Knife
archaeological
166.43.16168
Stone Mortar
Unknown people (Alaska Native)
Stone Mortar
166.56.24788
Stone ax?
Unknown people (Alaska Native)
Stone ax?
166.56.24789
Chisel or wedge made of stone
Unknown people (Alaska Native)
Chisel or wedge made of stone
166.56.24816
Lance point
St. Lawrence Island Yupik
Lance point
Prehistoric
168.96.24649
Skin Scraper
St. Lawrence Island Yupik
Skin Scraper
Prehistoric
168.96.24653
Basket
Yup'ik
Basket
169.75.24846
Spearhead with Bone Point
Unknown people (Alaska Native)
Spearhead with Bone Point
22.3.1871
Harpoon head
Unknown people (Alaska Native)
Harpoon head
49.25.12287
Bolas for Catching Birds
Iñupiaq, St. Lawrence Island Yupik, Yup'ik, Sugpiaq (Alutiiq) or Unangax̂ (Aleut)
Bolas for Catching Birds
49.25.12289
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