Scraper from Paleoindian Culture   Save
Scraper from Paleoindian Culture
Description: Flint scraper is rectangular in shape. It was made from a flake of flint chipped on only one side (unifacial). All edges show signs of use. The underside is flat (the original flake surface) and the upper is slightly rounded. It is mostly gray mottled with grayish brown and pale brown. Item was found at the Stringtown Site in Franklin County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07431
Subjects: Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; American Indian history and society; American Indians--Archaeology; Tools
Places: Franklin County (Ohio)