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Spurred endscarper manufactured from Burlington/Crescent Hills chert. Length = 5.3 cm, Width = 2.9 cm, Thickness = 10 mm, Weight = 15.5 grams. This scraper was illustrated in Martens (Martens 2001:Figure 1.191B)







Spurred endscarper manufactured from Burlington/Crescent Hills chert. Length = 3.7 cm, Width = 2.6 cm, Thickness = 7 mm, Weight = 7.6 grams. This scraper was illustrated in Martens (Martens 2001:Figure 1.195B).







Spurred endscarper manufactured from Burlington/Crescent Hills chert. Length = 3.3 cm, Width = 2.5 cm, Thickness = 8 mm, Weight = 6.0 grams. This scraper was illustrated in Martens (Martens 2001:Figure 1.196B).








Endscarper manufactured from Burlington/Crescent Hills chert. Length = 5.3 cm, Width = 3.8 cm, Thickness = 8.5 mm, Weight = 18.0 grams. This scraper was illustrated in Martens (xxxx:Figure 1:198B).








Endscarper manufactured from Burlington/Crescent Hills chert. Length = 7.0 cm, Width = 4.7 cm, Thickness = 10 mm, Weight = 44.3 grams. This scraper was illustrated in Martens (Martens 2001:Figure 1.190B).







Unifacially flaked tool termed a "Limace" based upon parallels in Old World archaeology by Dr. Julie Morrow. It may have been either a scraper or specialized cutting tool. Manufactured from Burlington/Crescent Hills chert. Length = 7.2 cm, Width = 3.2 cm, Thickness = 8 mm, Weight = 20.6 grams. This artifact was illustrated in OBrien and Wood (1998:Figure 2.26a).