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2013.021.766: Small, brown ellipsoidal hammerstone, with evidence of pitting usewear around longer circumference and a divot on one end. 100% cortex coverage.
2013.021.293: Small, dark brown, spherical stone that has a battered appearance and visible pitted features around circumference of sphere, which indicates this may be a bola stone.
2013.021.120: Small, light grey ground stone, with two opposing bevelled edges that have been created by grinding. One edge has usewear.
2013.021.165: Black, brown and dark grey banded nephrite adze blade. Minor chipping on both side. Material was identified as Nephrite by pXRF.
2013.021.379: Very large, brown weight, with one deep groove pecked around the circumference at the top of the artifact. Minimal flaking, but no usewear on under side indicating this was a weight rather than a maul. Found 5 miles east of Donaldson's farm.
2013.021.802: Medium, brown mudstone, possible wedge, with missing portions from both ends, pecking along the flat polished side as well as on the thick end. On unpolished side there is abrading and more pecking.
2013.021.819: Bone chisel made from a hollow elk long bone cut/broken at angle on distal end to create a sharp edge. Evidence of use polish. Cancellous bone exposed at ends. Proximal end retouched. pXRF results show lots of silica indicating age several 1000s of years old.