Native Tools and Artifacts
A collection of stone napping hammers which were located between mt hood and carver along different natural green ways and fields where historically documented settlements have been . some were located individually but the majority were stashed together in the trunk of a large tree where they were laid together and covered with bark mud and soil. The tools range from hammers to knives and fishing weights to napping tools and arrowheads.
Above - a Mortar and pestal stone...
Bellow (lower right) - a stash box which was located near the known native settling grounds around the Columbia river nature estuary,It is hand carved from lava stone which would have had to have been traveled for many miles by the native who created it. inside concealed was a well used tool of some kind.
Stone tools, mortar and pestal and lava-stone box with concealed inner tool displayed for view.
Above, a MASSIVE spearhead that appears to be nearly identical to the style of small arrowhead/knife-blade which is seen laying on the lower left side of the table on image #2 - (located near ripple-creek)
Another clear image of napping and chipping tools as well as the un-lidded lava-stone stash box with concealed item of some kind.
ABOVE-a native clear creek indian arrowhead BELLOW.. a native Clackamas Indian spear back which Was broken during the hunt