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H68 Detail showing bone shaft of wooden arrow with metal tip, bone foreshaft and cut feathers bound by sinew. Said to be from the Hawaiian Islands, but probably from the coast of Alaska. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Paul Ovenden
 
Summary:
H000068 - 27/8/1894, arrow, , , Alaska, United States of America, America, North
Item Name:
arrow
Label:
Wooden arrow with metal tip, bone foreshaft and cut feathers bound by sinew. Said to be from the Hawaiian Islands, but probably from the coast of Alaska. Said to have a foreshaft made from a leg bone of Captain Cook, after he was killed in Hawaii in1779.
Keywords:
weapon
Province/State:
Alaska
Country:
United States of America
Collection Area:
America, North
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
27/08/1894
Registration Number:
H000068
Associated Stories:
Cook collection - history of acquisition
Captain James Cook's Pacific Voyages
Cook's Pacific Voyages - Trade and Exchange
Endeavour's Destinations 1769-1770
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H68 Detail showing bone shaft of wooden arrow with metal tip, bone foreshaft and cut feathers bound by sinew. Said to be from the Hawaiian Islands, but probably from the coast of Alaska. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Paul Ovenden
2:
H68 Wooden arrow with metal tip, bone foreshaft and cut feathers bound by sinew. Said to be from the Hawaiian Islands, but probably from the coast of Alaska. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Paul Ovenden