hafted scrapers

bravowhiskey

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these two are pretty sweet.
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had a piece of Cholla wood handy so just for fun kinda placed scraper in position
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and the other
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what else ya gonna do... it puts me about 200 feet from the house. The wife says thats about right. lol

post 'em if you got 'em
 
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snaps

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hafted scrapers.jpg those are sweet! Heres my beloved heart-shaped scraper an a nice chocolate brown, an a pink one that I broke somehow when I moved!
 

dognose

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nice hafted scrapers. They look like they are made from Edwards Plateau flint
 

dognose

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Here is one of my hafted scraper frames. Some, on the bottom row are not hafted scrapers, just thumb or flake scrapers.

A wide variety of flint material, and styes shown here also. Thebes, and MacCorkle hafted scrapers


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OntarioArch

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Here are some hafted scrapers found in Central New York. Five are Onondaga Chert, one appears to be Jaspar. The two stemmed pieces look like re-worked Genesee points; the corner-notched pieces look like re-worked Jack's Reef or Brewertons; and the one side-notched scraper looks like a re-worked Otter Creek, with its bold, C-shaped notches and square tangs - a real oldie!

My question about the two bigger pieces: if the blade tip has been re-worked into a blunt, rounded form, is their any explanation other than 'it was intended for use as a scraper?"

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Older The Better

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I’ve got one, the first compete tool I ever found. Probably 12 years ago and I could walk to the exact spot I found it today, pulled it out of the side of a cow path next to a big oak.

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Older The Better

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I was so preoccupied by the base it never occurred to me that I have another hafted scraper. I’ve got it pegged as a holland.
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The Grim Reaper

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My best Hafted Scraper is this Thebes type. Personal find from Scioto county Ohio.

The smaller one is from the same site.
 

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