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Tool

Museum number:
L-11726
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Accession number:
Acc.806
Object count:
1
Description:
Elk horn tool.
Donor:
Jeremiah B. Lillard and Sacramento County Board of Education
Collection place:
CA-Sac-126 (Booth Mound), Sacramento County, California
Culture or time period:
Late Horizon: General facies
Collector:
Jeremiah B. Lillard and Sacramento Junior College Field Party
Collection date:
1935
Taxon:
Cervus canadensis
Object type:
archaeology
Accession date:
February 16, 1942
Context of use:
Skin dresser
Department:
Native California (archaeology and ethnology)
Comment:
Late culture period Diablo district Bay and Inland. "Found" written in next to cat. number in ledger, refers to handwritten note in the front of the first volume of the Lillard ledger. The note reads: "Started checking specimens present in collection at U.C.M.A. on 3/8/50. Those present are marked "found" in back of catalogue number. W. Pendry".
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