|Date||1860 ca.-1875 ca.|
|Maker||probably Native American made|
|Used||by Mr. WW Durant at Camp Pine Knot|
Pair of snowshoes, probably Algonquin style. Long, teardrop-shaped snowshoe with slightly squared, upturned toe and long tapered tail. Rawhide lacing is very fine at toe and heel sections. Center section is average size rawhide with coarse rawhide repairs, crudely done. Remnants of leather bindings are attached. There is a repair to the wood frame on D.
Probably Native American made.
|Notes||Photographed by Richard Walker, April 2011. Featered in Adirondack Life article, November/December, 2012.|
|Dimensions||W-14 L-44 D-2.75 inches|
|Other number||AM 0106|
|Owned by||Mr. WW Durant|