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Ponteix, Saskatchewan

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Henri Liboiron - A lifetime of Discovery

The tools Henri used to dig up artifacts and points.
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Chart of flintknapping techniques
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Hafted maul made by Henri
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Documenting the location of artifacts
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Hell Gap Point, the oldest point in Henri's collection.
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Native artifacts
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In these photos, Mr. Liboiron is demonstrating how to throw an Atlantl.
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Henri's bows and arrows
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Scale Mr. Liboiron used to weigh each artifact he found.
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Shown here are the various tools that Mr. Liboiron used in his pottery experiments.
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Henri's collection at home
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A bone needle threaded with sinew which Henri received from Buffalo Narrows Saskatchewan.
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A collection of hammerheads, found by Mr. Liboiron in the Ponteix area.
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These are some of Henri's tools that he used to excavate arrowheads and fossils.
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This artifact was found on the Niska site.  Henri was able to identify this object as a drill.
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Henri's pemmican pounder
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Lucienne's collection of points
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Point identification chart
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