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Catalog Number 5085-(6)
Title Arrow, 2; 1 Of 12
Object Name Arrow
Description 5 of 12 arrow set. Solid wooden arrow with metal point attached to shaft with sinew. U shaped nock. Depth of slit at end of shaft for arrowhead is: .75". Top of shaft has blue and red pigment or paint on it. End of arrow is fletched with 3 dark brown feathers. Feathers are attached to the shaft with glue and sinew at both top and bottom.
Year Range to 1937
Culture North American Indian
Material Wood; Feathers; Sinew; Metal
Used USA: Nebraska (Lancaster), Lincoln
Height (in) 0.675
Length (in) 26.125
Diameter (in) 0.25
People Dahl, Emil, 1866-1937
History Emil Dahl was a saloon owner and cigar store keeper in Lincoln, Nebraska. He came to Lincoln around 1887 and died in 1937. He collected "curios." There is no specific information about any of the items he collected in the donor file.
Credit line Mr. Emil Dahl, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska