Photograph (black and white); carved wooden Hawaiian carrying stick (auamo), with one end carved with two projecting human heads.
Gelatin silver print
- Height: 12 centimetres
- Width: 9.2 centimetres
Inscription ContentEnd of Hawaiian Yoke. Fuller Colln and Neg.
Inscription Commenthandwritten in pen
The object in this image is a Hawaiian carrying stick or auamo/yoke. This object is held by the Chicago Field Museum and is part of the A W F Fuller collection. This image is one of several depicting this object, the others are Oc,B16.2, Oc,B16.3 and OcB16.5.
- Associated with: Hawaii
- (Oceania,Polynesia,Hawaiian Islands,Hawaii)
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF89847
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