Ojibwe wooden sap spigots

Titles Ojibwe wooden sap spigots
Description Three Ojibwe wooden sap spigots. One spigot is entirely split lengthwise with a trough down the center, while the other two have one end that is tubular and hollow. Used to collect sugar maple sap.
Quantity 3 items
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 7 3/4 inches length (10000.60.A)
1 inches diameter (10000.60.A)
8 inches length (10000.60.B)
1 inches diameter (10000.60.B)
7 1/2 inches length (10000.60.C)
1 1/2 inches diameter (10000.60.C)
Nomenclature tap (container component)
Materials wood (plant material)
Creation Made by: Ojibwe Indians
Subjects Used by: Ojibwe Indians
Indian. Tools & Equipment. Gathering
Dates Creation: Not later than 1961
Notes Forms part of Jeannette O. and Harry D. Ayer Ojibwe Collection.

Credit Line Minnesota Historical Society Collections, The Harry and Jeannette Ayer Collection.
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 10000.60.A-C (Accession Number)

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