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Carving tool

Significance 

This carving tool was excavated by Museum of Vancouver archaeologist Gay Calvert at the St. Mungo Cannery site in Delta in 1968-1969. It is made from the incisor tooth of a beaver.

 

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Date Range 
3500 BCE to 500 ACE
Place of Manufacture 
Excavated at the St. Mungo Cannery site, Delta B.C
Dimensions 
6.4 cm long, 0.8 cm wide
Museum Location 
Storage
Catalog Number 
DgRr2:618