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|Description||Dugout canoe, believed to have been made by the Dakota, found buried in the swamp on the property of Henry Fink in Victoria, Minnesota, in the 1930s. The canoe is made of a red oak log that has been scraped, burned out and tooled to form a dugout (circa 1750-1850).
|Format||Content Category: artifacts
|Measurements||16 feet length
26 inches width
19 inches depth
|Creation||Made by (possibly) Dakota Indians
Found by: Fink, Henry A.
Found by: Shonka, Charles
Found by: Shonka, John G.
Found at Victoria, Carver County, Minnesota, United States
Found at Auburn, Lake, Carver County, Minnesota, United States
Made by (possibly) Dakota Indians
Hopkins, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Indian. Transportation. Water
|Dates||Creation: Approximately 1750 - Approximately 1850
Discovery: Not earlier than 1930 - Not later than 1939
|Holding Type||3D Objects|