|Dorset seal processing tools from Port au Choix|
|Side hafted microblade, bevelled edged tabular slate scraper, chert knife, and endscraper,|
|This was my first time making a hafted tabular slate scraper like this. Over the years an assortment of slate tools have been recovered from Dorset Palaeoeskimo contexts at Port au Choix. Rebecca Knapp studied these tools for her MA thesis at MUN: |
An analysis of tabular slate tools from Phillip's Garden (EeBi-1), a Dorset Palaeoeskimo site in Northwestern Newfoundland.
|Chert knife in an antler handle, with twisted sinew lashing.|
|Chert microblade, side-hafted into a wood handle with a whalebone brace tied in place with twisted sinew.|
|Chert endscraper in a wood handle with twisted sinew lashing.|
|A few pairs of glass an stone earrings for the Heritage Shop in Port au Choix.|