The Haverhill Historical Society has a large collection of local Native American artifacts on display
Artifacts include a mortar and pestle used for grinding nuts or grains
A hammerstone used for pounding
Channel gouges for woodworking
Various spear or dart points
Lower right middle point is a Levanna triangular arrowpoint – Woodland era (2000 B.P. to contact)
Plummets or plumb bobs were used to hold fishing nets or lines in place
Mallet heads and spear points were “hafted” or secured to a wooden handle using animal sinew
Stone scrapers were also used in preparing animal hides for use as clothing or bedding.
“Images of Native American Artifacts.” Haverhill Historical Society, Haverhill, MA.