Myron Eells Northwest Collection
Maxey Catalog Number
Bark bailer made of cedar bark with a cedar wood handle. One single piece of bark forms the body of the bailer which is in the shape of about an eighth of a cylinder. The ends of the bark are bent at right angles and gathered and fastened to either end of the stick which makes up the handle. The bottom reinforced with piece of cedar bark and ends are tied to the handle with cotton string. Tag on inside reads: "Bark Bailer Clallam." Tag on outside reads: "Bark Bailer." Post-Contact.
Cedar Bark and Wood, Cotton String
Number of Artifacts
Mrs. Sarah Eells
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