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Two Possible Native American Artifacts Axe/Club Heads Livingston Co., NY
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Two Possible Native American ArtifactsAxe/Club HeadStone ToolsLivingston Co., NY
Possibleaxe or clubstone tools or maybe weights for nets. These stones could alsohave been used to grind food or wood or for planting or fishing. They each have drilled holes. I don't know what type of stone they are.
See photos.The Seneca traditionally lived in what is now New York between the Genesee River and Canandaigua Lake. The dating of an oral tradition mentioning a solar eclipse yields 1142 AD as the year for the Seneca joining the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee). Some recent archaeological evidence indicates their territory eventually extended to the Allegheny River in present-day northwestern Pennsylvania, particularly after the Iroquois destroyed both the Wenrohronon and Erie nations, who were native to the area. The Seneca were by far the most populous of the Haudenosaunee Nations, numbering "about four thousand souls" by the seventeenth century.Seneca villages were located as far east as current-day Schuyler County (e.g. Catherine's Town and Kanadaseaga), south into current Tioga and Chemung counties, north and east into Tompkins and Cayuga counties, and west into the Genesee River valley. The villages were the homes and headquarters of the Seneca. While the Seneca maintained substantial permanent settlements and raised agricultural crops in the vicinity of their villages, they also hunted widely through extensive areas. They prosecuted far-reaching military campaigns. The villages, where hunting and military campaigns were planned and executed, indicate clear aboriginal presence and hegemony in these areas.The Seneca had two branches; the western and the eastern. Each branch distinct, they were individually incorporated and recognized by the Iroquois Confederacy Council. The western Seneca lived predominately in and around the Genesee River, gradually moving west and southwest along the Erie and Niagara rivers, then south along the Allegheny River into Pennsylvania.
These items wereexcavated on private property inLivingston County, New York.

The stone on the leftis approx.4-1/4 in. long, 2-3/4 in. high and 1 in. thick. It weighs approx. 11 ounces. The stone on the right is approximately 4 in. long, 3-1/4 in. high and 1 in. thick. It weighs approximately 10 ounces.

These items have not been authenticated butare believed to be very earlyAmerican Indian artifacts.
Email with any questions.Thanks for looking.

 
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