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Object ID 8942
Object Name Needle
Other Name Fishing net needle
Material Wood/Twine/Vegetal/Fiber
Description A fishing net needle made from wood and wrapped with twine. The eyes at both ends have a narrow slit for threading.
Dimensions W-1.7 L-32.6 cm
Date 19th century
Provenance Daggett Collection. Collected by John R. Daggett in Humboldt County, California in the late 19th century. Sold by John R. Daggett to Jane L. Stanford in 1899. Donated by Jane L. Stanford to the Leland Stanford Jr. Museum in 1899.
Culture Hupa/Karuk/Yurok
Found North America; United States; California; Humboldt County
Place of Origin (if different than Found) North America; United States; California; Northwestern; Klamath River region
Collector Daggett, John R.
Collection Anthropology; North America; California
Search Terms California
Fishing
Historic
Hupa
Karok
Klamath River region
Leland Stanford Junior Museum
Mixed material objects
North America
Tools and equipment
United States
Yurok
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