|Trade axe drawings from Nipigon Historical Museum collection.|
|Seen on the left in the Fur Trade Display exhibit,|
they encircle the map of Lake Nipigon.
|Christmas 2007, before we got our Cultural Spaces Canada grant for display cases|
the exhibits those items that could stand-alone, low security items.
The axes were tied onto the plywood.
Appendix C of Carl P. Russell's book, Firearms, Traps & Tools of the Mountain Men, U. Of New Mexico Press 1967 Alfred A Knopf, Inc ...Markings on Axes and Tomahawks, page 408 - 424 was the most informative reference for our Trade Axes that I found.