Implement (pointed, used for cleaning grooves of barkcloth-beating board) made of wood.
- Found/Acquired: Hawaii
- (Oceania,Polynesia,Hawaiian Islands,Hawaii)
From acquisition "Sandwich Islands". Found with Oc.6274-6277
From a collection of more than 1,000 artefacts made by Julius Brenchley in 1865 on a cruise of HMS Curacoa in Solomon Islands, which was divided among Maidstone Museum, the British Museum, the Pitt Rivers Museum and Exeter Museum Register slip reads: Presd. by Julius L. Brenchley Esq 24.3.1870 (M.)
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- Oc1870C1.6278 (old CDMS no.)
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