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    Help identify broken pieces

    I keep finding these. Biface, all of them are very similar and broken in the same place. Can someone tell if these come from a point or tool? Thanks
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    They look like broken preforms to me.
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    Paleoindian-Early Archaic tools
    Or just knives.
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    Look like broken knives....
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