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One of two lacrosse sticks used by John Brown Stark, which were the first sticks used in Saint Paul. Lacrosse is a game of ball that originated among the North American Indians and is played with a long-handled rocket (crosse) with which the hard ball is caught, carried or thrown. Dated to the early to mid-20th century.
Content Category: artifacts
45 inches height
10 inches width
1 1/2 inches depth
crosse (sports equipment)
wood (plant material)
string (fiber product)
Used by: Stark, John Brown
Used in: Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Sports and recreation
Indians of North America.
Indian. Recreation. Games. Traditional
Sports & Recreation. Ball Games
Use: Approximately 1900 - Approximately 1950
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9079.2 (Accession Number)