Friday, September 2, 2016

This is our land… Chief Tanaghrisson, Ohio, 1753



Forged
Spontoon
VA Frontier
Dresslar - Ca. F&I War

Pipe Tomahawk
Found at a site along the
Allegheny River. South of Erie, PA.
PA Frontier - Ca. 1750
Mike McHugh (from his Uncle) – 1950’s

Forged
Spike Tomahawk
VA Frontier
Heatwole - Ca. F&I War

Forged
Pipe Spontoon
VA Frontier
Cook/Bahr – Ca. F&I War

Pipe Tomahawk
Found at site along the Allegheny
River, near Franklin, PA.
PA Frontier-Ca. 1750
Sandala collection – 1930’s

Spike Tomahawk
Found at a site near
Easton, PA
Virginia Frontier – Ca. 1750
Spencer – Hodges – 2015

Pike Tomahawk
Found on the Fort Pitt site at the
Forks of the Ohio River.
Virginia Frontier – Ca. 1750
Sandala Collection – 1930’s

Pipe Tomahawk
Found at a site near the
Holston River
Virginia Frontier – Ca. 1750
Jim Webb – 1990’s

Forged
Spontoon
VA Frontier
Dresslar – Ca. F&I War

Pipe Tomahawk
Found at McKee Rocks site
On the Ohio River.
Virginia Frontier - Ca. 1750
Sandala collection – 1930’s

Forged
Pipe Spontoon
VA Frontier
Ditchburn – Ca. F&I War

Pipe Tomahawk
Found at site along the Allegheny
River, near Franklin, PA.
PA Frontier – Ca. 1750
Sandala Collection – 1930’s

Butt Club Fowler
By an American gunsmith. Stock in  hard
Maple with recycled European hardware (see
Trigger guard placement). Original red paint
Identified with our native American culture in
The mid-18th century. Ca. 1740-1750

“Native Americans will trade extra hides
for a club butt fowler over a trade musket.”

Club Butt Fowlers – Todd Bitler

Native American
Painted Powder Horn
Virginia Frontier
Ca. 18th Century

Native American War Club
Found in the upper
Susquehanna River Basin, PA
Ca. 17th – 18th Centuries

Quilled handled Knife
Virginia Frontier (Ohio)
Ca 18th Century
As noted in a Richard Butler paper,
A native American woman at Fort
Pitt, named Achak (sp), applied
Quill stitching. “Dream” Attribbution
Sharon and George Carroll - 2016


Contemporary burning of
Fort Seybert, VA (now WV)
Image by Gordon Barlow

Forged
Pipe Spontoon
VA Frontier
Cook/Bahr – Ca. F&I War

Display photographed at the 2016 CLA Show by Jan Riser.

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