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"Spontoon" Pipe Tomahawk


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Spontoon pipe tomahawk came from an Osage family in Pahuska, Oklahoma. Spontoon style is credited as the "last true weapon" that was used during the Indian War Period 1860s - 1870s. Most samples are credited towards Sioux and Comanche however Oklahoma and the Quapaw would be directly between the two. Without much adornment, we assume this piece was a "user." Left Native hands in 2005. Collection history available.

PERIOD: Mid 19th Century

ORIGIN: Oklahoma, United States

SIZE: Head 10 1/2" Overall 21 1/2"

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