lebrated ball game of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians.
63071. Shell, probably a Unio, used by potters to scrape the surface of clay vessels; seen in use.
63081. Comb made of horn. The teeth are 2 inches in length, and have been made with a saw. It is used in dressing the hair.
63085. Charm made of feathers and snake rattles; worn on the head or on some part of the costume.
63082. Awl of iron set in a handle of deer's horn.
COLLECTIONS FROM COCKE COUNTY, TENNESSEE.
FROM FIELDS NEAR NEWPORT.
ARTICLES OF STONE.
62752. Grooved ax, 8 inches in length, 3½ in width, and about 1 in thickness; one side is quite flat, the other convex. The material is a banded schistose slate.
62758. A fine specimen of grooved ax, 7 inches in length, 4 in width, and 1½ in thickness. The groove is wide and shallow, and is bordered by two narrow ridges, which are in sharp relief all the way around. The m