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Plains Indian Museum

Descriptions
wood 4438 sinew 620 dark brown 54 point 19 fletching 13 black 554 long 17 substance 2 colors 11 White 769 feather 171 iron 419 corners cut off 2 bases dark red 6
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Subjects
banded 3 zigzag 91 grooves 3 straight
Dimensions:
L: 25.5 in, Diameter: .281 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Mr. J. R. Simplot
Remarks:
Utensils and Implements: Hunting. Wood shaft, tapered notched tip with 2-1/4" iron point (corners cut off) sinew wrapped in; dark brown substance rubbed into sinew and wood of first quarter fo shaft; 1 straight and 2 zig-zag grooves run to fletching; long dark brown with white bases split feather fletching sinew wrapped at top and bottom; nocked end is banded with dark red, black, dark red, black at V shaped nock.
Accession Number:
NA.102.173

Not currently on display


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