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Throwing-Sticks in the National Museum

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Indeed, a systematic study should nowbe made of the Siberian throwing-sticks to decide concerning thecommercial relationships if not the consanguinities of the people ofthat region.
PORT CLARENCE AND CAPE NOME TYPE.
The specimens from this area are more or less spatulate in form, butvery irregular, with the handle varying from that of the razor-strop tothe spiral, twisted form of the Eskimo skin-scraper (Fig. 9). On thewhole, these implements are quite similar to the next group. A sectionacross
... the middle of the implement would be trapezoidal with incurvedsides. In two of the specimens not figured these curved sides arebrought upward until they join the upper surface, making a gracefulornament. The handles are not symmetrical, the sides for the thumb beingshaved out so as to fit the muscles conveniently. Places for the fingersare provided thus: There is an index-finger cavity quite through thestick indeed, but the index-finger catches in the interior of the woodand does not pass through as in the eastern Arctic types.

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