Axe Head And Adz Head Found At Saratoga

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Axe Head And Adz Head Found At Saratoga

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Title:  

Axe Head And Adz Head Found At Saratoga
Date:
1770s

Content Description: 

Axes were used to cut wood and branches, and fell trees.

Adzes shaped logs by squaring sides or creating notches. This adz has a broad arrow stamp, denoting Board of Ordnance (British Crown) ownership.

Both items are from the collection of Fort Ticonderoga.

Physical Description: 

Iron

Location:
648 Route 32,New York,Saratoga,12170
Identifier:
SARA 369, SARA 370

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