The Pipe Tomahawk – more than 18 inches long – is particularly unique because its hammer head (top left) is a pipe and a hole is drilled through the shaft so that it can be smoked from the tip of the handle (top right). Thus, in a single object the two dichotomies of New World encounters are symbolized; that of the axe of war or the pipe of peace. These Pipe Tomahawks were often gifts for inter-tribal diplomacy or Colonist-Indian peace treaties. They were prized by the Chiefs who received them.
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