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    Native American tool. I think.

    Whilst surface hunting at a nearby stream, I found this. Definitely beveled. Flat on the other side. Several Indian campsites reported here in the early 1900's. What is it?
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    SOME TYPE OF ROCK AND FORMATION ??

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    Hard to say on that item but it has been shaped!
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    All I am seeing is natural rock, sides do not look like they have any wear usage....
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    Looks like a piece of worn basalt.

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    Early 1900's? I think even the natives used metal tools and wore clothes then lol.
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    No, the site was discovered in the early 1900s. ��
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    Kinda looks like a whetstone

 

 

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