Just some tools

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Little something I just read when looking into a button I found, to paraphrase two hole buttons were often ladies buttons used for lighter fabrics, 4 holes were made for heavier fabrics, like work wear and coats… as far as the tools, it shows the other side of native tool box. Nice way to round out what the natives were doing down there.
 

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I even found a small point in the mix. That’s why I save everything in the year then go back through it all. This one
 

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Also in the picture is 2 polished rocks and a quartz crystal I found in a campsite.
 

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You read about medicine bundles, with secret contents, I’ve always thought a unique polished stone would be a good candidate for a medicine bag item… but I don’t think you could ever prove that’s where it came from
 

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You read about medicine bundles, with secret contents, I’ve always thought a unique polished stone would be a good candidate for a medicine bag item… but I don’t think you could ever prove that’s where it came from
That’s a good analysis
But yes it would be hard to prove
 

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