Harpoon from Glacial Kame Culture   Save
Harpoon from Glacial Kame Culture
Description: Bone harpoon was probably cut from the long bone of a deer. At one end there is a drilled hole 76.1 mm diameter. The lower margin is straight and the upper margin has been cut into four barbs that are somewhat graduated in height. On the underside the interior portion of the bone is visible. The bone is pinkish gray and brown in color. Item was found in Hardin County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07460
Subjects: Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; American Indian history and society; Hunting; Fishing; Fishing & hunting gear
Places: Hardin County (Ohio)