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Scraping tools were made to process hides or plant material. This scraper is made from a large flake of local chert and exhibits a steep convex working edge at the distal end of the flake. Scrapers of this size are typically associated with the Middle Woodland period. This tool was recovered from the Trowbridge site (14WY1), a Kansas City Hopewell occupation located in Wyandotte County, Missouri.
Oct 27th 2016