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Fire fan

Fire-fan woven from the leaves of the awarra palm. Such fans have multiple uses. They are used to fan fires, as spatulas to turn cassava (a bread-like...

Spoon

A small plain horn spoon, the handle tapering to a point. It is carved in a style common to all areas of the Northwest Coast. Possibly collected from the same...

Spoon

A plain and unadorned spoon of pale coloured horn. This represents a coastal style, which was produced in several areas and widely traded. Collected between 1885 and 1889. Donated by...

Spoon

A plain wooden spoon. Collected between 1885 and 1889. Donated by the Rev. Francis Julian Dyson in 1931....

Spoon

A small plain horn spoon, the handle tapering to a point. It is carved in a style common to all areas of the Northwest Coast. Label on the underside of...

Table quern

Stone quern for crushing and grinding grain, particularly maize, into meal and flour....

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