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Description

Spoon carved from one piece of black mountain goat horn (?) with an elongated bowl, a short tapered handle, and notches below the handle where the bowl joins the handle. There are also three circular indents running vertically just below the handle on the inside of the bowl.

Narrative

Mr. F. Carson went to Saskatchewan in 1861 as a boy of 15, and stayed until 1918. He was a fur trader and trapper, working mainly amongst the Cree. He is recorded as having been at Duck Lake and Prince
Albert. The donor F.S. Carson was his grandson.

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