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Stone maul. Locality: Lemola (Kitsap County) WA. Remarks: Purchased of Geo. Sneathum.* An archaeological specimen from a midden near Jack Adams place, at Cape Horn (Lemolo).** Ground, pecked and battered stone maul. Location written on the artifact is "Lemola". There is no Lemola in WA. There are, however, two Lemolos, one in Kitsap County, one in King County. Since there are 10+ Cape Horns in WA and none of them are near either of the Lemolos we have not yet determined the correct location for this artifact. 2/8/96 SKH *Information is from the original accession ledger. **Information is from the accession file.

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