The Fort Dalles Museum in The Dalles, Oregon, has a collection of American Indian artifacts on display in the dining room of the Surgeon’s Quarters.
The stone tools shown appear to be primarily pestles and manos used for processing seeds and grains. Included in this batch of stone tools are some hammer stones which have been grooved so that they can be halfted. It is also not uncommon in the Plateau Culture Area to have stone pestles which have been shaped to resemble an erect penis. Included in this collection of artifacts is a stone shaft-straightener (that’s the stone with the deep groove in it) and a stone pipe. The clay pipe shown with these stone artifacts is probably not an American Indian artifact.