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Physical Object / Chumash compound bone fish barb

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Title
Chumash compound bone fish barb
Creator
Chumash Indians, Creator
Contributor
Chumash Indians, Creator
Date Created and/or Issued
1250
Late Period (A.D. 1250 - 1800)
1800
Publication Information
UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Box 951549, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549; http://www.fmch.ucla.edu/incEngine/
Published in: ANI-6
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Fowler Museum of Cultural History
Collection
Southern Coastal California (Chumash & Gabrieleno) Indian Archaeolgical Collections
Rights Information
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Description
Slashes at top of barb show marks from lashing
Type
physical object
Format
L. 3.1 cm x W. 0.6 cm x Th. 0.9 cm
Form/Genre
fishing and trapping tools and equipment
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb7t1nb8rf
Acc. 206-5A
Subject
Archaeological California
Chumash Indians
Place
Anacapa Island (Calif.)

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