Pender Island Archaeological Collection #1 - Menzies Children Collection; 014.01...


Pender Islands Museum


Pender Island Archaeological Collection #1 - Menzies Children Collection

About this object

After the North/South Pender Canal was excavated in 1903, a favorite pastime of the local children was walking along the banks at low tide looking for spear or arrow heads. These points were found by the Menzies children in the early 1900's.

Medium and Materials

Slate, crushed rock, bone and deer antler


#1) Menzies Collection x 42 (approx.)

Width: 0 - 3 cm ~
Height: 0 - 1 cm ~
Length: 1 - 10 cm ~

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