Chipped stone scrapers and cutting tools of various shapes and sizes likely served a variety of uses in butchering and other camp tasks. The brightly colored specimen (third from left on top row) is made of Alibates "flint," a banded dolomite occurring chiefly in the Texas Panhandle area to the northwest. (For more on how these stones were procured, see the Alibates Flint Quarries section.)
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