THE JOHN HENRY KILBUCK COLLECTION
Net, Dip

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Collection John Henry Kilbuck Collection
Date 1885 ca.-1911 ca.
Description Ice dipper used to remove chips of ice from a fishing hole. The handle is a long, slender piece of unfinished wood with a hole drilled through one side. Through the hole is laced leather or sinew straps that secure a loop of circular bone. There are holes near the edges of the circular bone where nails could have been added to secure the bone to a greater degree. A net would be attached to the leather lacing threaded around the bone, but the net is missing on this object. See object 1911.160 for a similar object.
Dimensions L-35.5 Dia-5.25 inches
Category 4: T&E For Materials
Home Location Box K10/White Display Case Storage/Myers Library
Object ID 1911.069
Object Name Net, Dip
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