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An iron tool discovered in the woods on an Accomack County farm most likely is related to either logging or boats, experts say. Bagley Walker brought the heavy artifact — nearly as long as a man's leg, curved at one end and attached to a ring at the other — to the Eastern Shore News office in July. "I've had it for six months, trying to find someone to identify it," he said. " — to the tongue-in-cheek — "Paul Bunyan's bottle opener. The only problem with that idea is, there isn't a manhole for miles around on the rural Eastern Shore. Roy Underhill, host of The Woodwright's Shop television show on PBS — who was the first master housewright and later director of interpretive development at Colonial Williamsburg — at first glance thought about ways it could have been used for... He sent a photograph of the artifact to Peter Ross, former master blacksmith at Colonial Williamsburg, who said it likely is a mooring ring used to tie up ships. The shaft was originally driven through a wooden piling (since rotted away) and was clinched over on the back side where it came through the wood, he said. John Verrill, executive director of the Early American Industries Association and former executive director of the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society, posted the article and a photograph of the artifact on the association's Facebook page. Verrill said the tool may be logging related. Responses to his Facebook post indicate it may be a "cant hook" or "cant dog," a tool used to move heavy logs. The Oxford English Dictionary defines a cant hook as "a form of lever for canting over, or turning, timber, consisting of a wooden bar with an iron catch, or hooked arm near its lower end which passes over the log, grips it, and so affords a hold... Antique tool collector Sam Moore described the difference between a cant hook and a peavey in a 2000 article in Rural Heritage magazine. If Walker's artifact is indeed a cant hook, it could be quite old, because, as Moore pointed out, loggers began favoring the peavey after Maine blacksmith Joseph Peaveyin 1858 came up with an improvement featuring an iron spike that gave more... Many of the readers who responded by telephone, email or via Facebook post agreed with the logging tool assessment. "It's called a timber dog — you drive the hook part in the tree and tie the eye to a mule or horse to drag it out. If it's got paddle marks on the back of it, that's exactly what it is," said one caller, who did not leave his name. Joe Scopeletti, a North Carolina trucker who drives through the Eastern Shore of Virginia regularly, said it could be a log lifter used to pull logs up the wall of a log cabin under construction. Alternatively, it could be an old, chisel-type plough, he said. Jeff Kelley said via Facebook the tool is a log puller, "used to keep logs straight on the pile. My grandfather used one many times. When they pulled logs up with the horse, it would not go up straight, so you hook this on the back end and pull it around straight. An historic preservationist in Florida who saw the story's link on Facebook said the iron "ski" originally was one of a set of two, used together to roll a large log near to a building site or woodpile. It also could be used to slide large blocks of ice from a pond to an icehouse, said Joanna Weinberger. "Please don't give up thinking about your mysterious artifact until you've lived with it a full year, because ice and snow may be part of this story. And keep in mind it may be a lot more than 100 years old," Weinberger said. Other readers leaned more toward the theory of the artifact being related to boats — which seems reasonable given the importance of boats and watermen in Eastern Shore of Virginia history and the proximity of Pungoteague, where the tool was found,... Greg Turner called saying the item is a drag anchor, used by clammers to slow the boat enough so they.

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