In North Carolina the Indians had a little thing like a pickax which was made out of a deer's horn tied to a stick.
After that somebody took a pickax and cracked in my jaw with it.
A pickax turns up large chunks of it; these are placed around the sides.
Jack and Alfonso were supplied with a pickax, a shovel and a basket.
At the first stroke of the pickax it is ten to one but what you are taken up for a trespass.
They do not care to go back to the track, the pickax and the shovel.
Instead, there were big wooden shovels, plows, sickles and a pickax.
He was taking a glass of ale at the 'Toad and pickax,' and you might hear him all over the yard.
Mrs. Surratt said to Mr. Morgan: "I am so glad you officers came here to-night, for this man came here with a pickax to kill us."
Nidart put the shovel in his wife's hand, and took up the pickax.