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Catalog # Name Description
1 Tooth Archeological walrus tooth broken into three sections. (Tooth) image
2 Ivory Archeological ivory fragment from a walrus tusk. Collected near Nome, Alaska by Captain Dick Craine. (Ivory) image
3 Ivory Archeological ivory fragment from a walrus tusk. (Ivory) image
4 Ivory Archeological ivory fragment from a walrus tusk. (Ivory) image
5 Ivory Archeological ivory fragment from a walrus tusk. (Ivory) image
6 Ivory Archeological ivory fragment from a walrus tusk. (Ivory) image
7 1968.10.432 Tusk Small Elephant Tusk. 1968.10.432 (Tusk) image
8 1971.14.4 Tooth Whale tooth. 1971.14.4 (Tooth) image
9 1974.23.4.4 Tooth Whale Tooth. 1974.23.4.4 (Tooth) image
10 1974.23.4.5 Tooth Whale Tooth. 1974.23.4.5 (Tooth) image
11 1974.23.4.6 Bone Whale bone cut into a rectangle. 1974.23.4.6 (Bone) image
12 1989.43.433 Rhinoceros Horn?; skinny brown piece of what is believed to be horn.
13 1989.43.434 Tooth Small worn seal tooth 1989.43.434 (Tooth) image
14 1989.43.435 Tooth Sperm Whale Tooth 1989.43.435 (Tooth) image
15 1989.43.436 Tooth Walrus tooth 1989.43.436 (Tooth) image
16 2006.9.10 Tooth Long curved, crescent-shaped walrus tooth with striated pattern widthwise and fine grooves along the length. Upper part of the tooth contains knobby protrusions and tip of the tooth has been chipped off. 2006.9.10 (Tooth) image
17 2006.9.11 Tooth Walrus tooth is large and tear-shaped with a texture similar to tree bark. Along one side there is a split/crack that runs nearly the entire length of the tooth Color: TN and BR 2006.9.11 (Tooth) image
18 2006.9.29 Tooth Small seal tooth; the root of the tooth is smaller and is narrower than the rest of the tooth. A shallow indentation runs lengthwise down the center of both sides of the tooth. The tip appears to have been broken off. 2006.9.29 (Tooth) image
19 2006.9.58 Tooth Broad crescent shape tooth (Non-Human). The convex side of the tooth has a shallow groove that runs the length of the tooth. The two sides of the tooth are bumpy and uneven. 2006.9.58 (Tooth) image
20 2006.9.61 Tooth Seal tooth - crescent-shaped and cylindrical. The piece is mostly tan until it becomes ivory and dark brown along a clear perpendicular line at the base of the tooth. This portion curves sharply and ends in a sharp point. 2006.9.61 (Tooth) image
21 2006.9.62 Tooth Seal tooth - arcs towards the tooth's tip. The upper portion is grey. The tooth abruptly turns tan along a distinct perpendicular line. Several grey veins can be seen in the tan portion; a crack runs the length of the tan portion. 2006.9.62 (Tooth) image
22 2006.9.63 Tooth Seal tooth that is mottled tan and brown, the tooth gradually flattens and narrows into a sharp tip. The piece arcs and the tip is curved sharply. The tip is cream colored. 2006.9.63 (Tooth) image
23 2006.9.64 Tooth Unerupted tooth of a toothed whale - Very smooth cylindrical tooth that makes an arc. The root of the tooth is flattened, while the tooth's tip narrows to a dull point. The tip is also more brown than the rest of the tooth. 2006.9.64 (Tooth) image
24 2006.9.65 Tooth Seal tooth - flat and arcs towards the tip. A shallow groove urns along the tooth's brown tip. The other side of the tip is tan. The root of the tooth is hollow and the top of the root is opened with a jagged hole. 2006.9.65 (Tooth) image
25 2006.9.8 Tusk Long semi-cylindrical an slightly bowed walrus tusk. The surface of the tusk has a furrowed texture that runs the length of the top. One end of the tusk has chipped away, exposing a pulpy core. The flat base of the tusk reveals the pulp cavity which runs the length of the center of the tusk. 2006.9.8 (Tusk) image