FMNH 172843.nosub[1]

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | 37-12 | Country West Australia | Locality Murchison Gascoyne region | People Australians Stock | Name Spear of wood having shaft in two portions. A slender part with one barb carved in the wood is fixed into the thicker shaft, then the joint has been bound with wax and fibre. | Collection Field Museum of Natural History Purchase. J.F. Connelly, Collector. | Notes | Width | Length 180 cms | Height | Price [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 172843 | Acc. 1726
Catalog Number: 172843.nosub[1]
Description: spear
Materials: wood, wax, fiber
Cultural Attribution: Aborigine
Accession Number: [1726] J. F. Connelly (Purchase)
Accession Year:
District/County: Murchison Glascoyne River Region
Collector/Source: J. F. Connelly, J. F. Connelly
EMu IRN: 1075697
GUID: 8dbbe341-c784-4fbd-8c29-4600bd8f146f

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