See also:Indians . The earliest tomahawks were of chipped
See also:stone, usually sharpened to a point at each end some-thing like a pickaxe, and passed through a hole bored in a stout wooden cudgel . In the more
See also:primitive types the stone
See also:head was simply tied to the handle by animal sinews, or a withe was doubled. over the head and fastened below to
See also:form a handgrip . Sometimes
See also:deer antlers were used instead of stones . After the arrival of the
See also:white man the heads were usually of iron . Where the stone head was sharpened only at one end the blunt end was sometimes cut out into a
See also:pipe-bowl, the handle, hollowed, serving as the
See also:stem . The weapon was at once symbolical of war and peace, and was ceremoniously buried at the termination of hostilities, to be as formally exhumed when the feuds revived .
TOLUENE, or METHYLBENZENE
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