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|Comment||Oh my Goodness I was so excited when checking my email to see that you had responded so fast to my question. I am smiling from ear to ear I have searched for answer about this knife for a very long time. This knife belonged to my step father who was a Lawyer and a Judge in Alexandria Virginia. His name was William (Billy) Woolls and he was a very kind man He helped many black families who did not have any money to pay for legal services and many times one of the family members would offer Billy some trinket and he always accepted whatever he was given. So it makes complete sense that this knife was made by a slave from Africa. Thanks A billon times and more. You made me a very happy person today.|
Archaeologist for the last 30 years. Norh American generalist and Hopwell culture/Red Ocher culture specifically. Lithics Expert and Ground Stone tools.
Numerous museums in US and Canada. Several University Anthropology Departments.