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Catalog # Name Description
1 00.30.101A Scraper Brown and gray stone. Roughly in a round shape. Most knap marks on one face, fewer on the other face. Rough topography on both sides. One edge is worked more and is thinner than the other side. Appears to be a scraper made by a right-handed individual. 00.30.101A (Scraper) image
2 00.30.101AE Flake Beige and yellow stone. Bottom face is smooth with knap marks on one side. Top face has three ridges that intersect in the middle of the stone; it and also has knap marks; left side is gray, then it becomes yellow, then beige. The same color patterning is mirrored on the back face. Edges are thin and sharp, points are also sharp. The stone has a flat bottom edge with left and right edges going up straight and then angling to the right where it comes to a shorter edge. 00.30.101AE (Flake) image
3 00.30.101AF Chip White stone chip with gray grooves in the stone naturally and from knapping. Appears to be a projectile point with two chips taken out of it to show gray stone underneath it. Edges are serrated, thin, and sharp. Point is not very sharp. The bottom edge is not straight but shows signs of being worked. 00.30.101AF (Chip) image
4 00.30.101F Flake Thin white stone flake. Black spots in the stone on both faces, especially in the middle of the stone. Knap marks on both sides. Irregular hexagonal shape with half the edges thin and sharp, other half flat but still thin. 00.30.101F (Flake) image
5 00.30.101G Chip Beige stone chip, appearing to be a projectile point with the top chipped off. One face is smooth with horizontal lines of brown and beige in the stone. Has tiny brown and black specks in it, plus some small brown lines. Left, right, and bottom edges are thin, uneven, and sharp. Top edge is flat where the top appears to have been chipped off. The opposite face is darker gray and brown with more uneven topography. Knap mark on the bottom edge and right side. Ridge down the center. Top is darker brown, gets lighter going down to the middle, and the bottom is brown and beige speckled in the stone. 00.30.101G (Chip) image
6 00.30.101H Chip Gray triangle-shaped rock chip. Appears to be missing the bottom half of the stone that would make it a projectile point. Knap marks on both faces. Points are sharp. Bottom edge is flat and mostly smooth. Left and right edges are thin, serrated, and relatively sharp. 00.30.101H (Chip) image
7 00.30.101J Core Stone core in an oval shape with a point at the top and a flat bottom edge. There is a ridge running the length of the stone from the top to the bottom edges. To the left of the ridge is a smooth, orange-colored, lined pattern of rock. To the right of the ridge is different layers of rock, including orange and black marbled, then orange, then beige and brown striped, then orange and black marbled again at the top. The back face of the stone is smooth with the same colors in the rock as on the front. One big chip is taken out of it toward the top and shows orange lined rock below it. 00.30.101J (Core) image
8 00.30.102A Projectile Point White stone Bird point, possible Fresno Point 00.30.102A (Projectile Point) image
9 00.30.102B Projectile Point White stone Bird point, possible Fresno Point 00.30.102B (Projectile Point) image
10 00.30.102C Projectile Point Grey stone Bird point, possible Fresno point 00.30.102C (Projectile Point) image
11 00.30.102D Projectile Point Chipped Grey stone Bird point, possible Fresno point 00.30.102D (Projectile Point) image
12 00.30.102E Rock Fragment Quartz fragment 00.30.102E (Rock Fragment) image
13 00.30.102G Projectile Point Brown and pink Stone Projectile Point, possible Tama Point 00.30.102G (Projectile Point) image
14 00.30.102M Bird Point Small bird point made of white stone. The shape and history of the projectile point is unknown. The point has been neatly knapped, and there are no shoulders on the point. The stem has a concave edge, with curved notches. There is a small bump on one side of the point. The point on the blade has been broken off, leaving a smooth line in its place. General notch marks can be found on both sides of the point. The edges of the point are serrated, but feels almost smooth. 00.30.102M (Bird Point) image
15 00.30.102N Projectile Point Grey Stone Projectile Point, Possible Fresno Point 00.30.102N (Projectile Point) image
16 00.30.102O Projectile Point Grey Stone Projectile Point with a serated edge, Possible Fresno Point 00.30.102O (Projectile Point) image
17 00.30.102P Projectile Point Grey Stone Projectile Point with a serated edge, Possible Fresno Point 00.30.102P (Projectile Point) image
18 00.30.102Q Projectile Point Red Stone Projectile Point , Possible Lost Island Point 00.30.102Q (Projectile Point) image
19 00.30.104 Celt None 00.30.104 (Celt) image
20 00.30.107B Scraper Warped oval shaped scraper, smooth on curved side and some ridges on opposite. Colors are white and light brown. Some of original rock can be seen on ridged side. 00.30.107B (Scraper) image
21 00.30.107C Scraper Smooth gray scraper. One side is mostly smooth while the other has one prominent ridge down the middle. Edges are mostly thinned. 00.30.107C (Scraper) image
22 00.30.107D Scraper Triangle shaped scraper. All edges are thinned and serrated, rock has been worked to create dimension and show layers. 00.30.107D (Scraper) image
23 00.30.107E Scraper White scraper that has beige coloring. One end is circular, other end is fractured and thick edge, Small thinned and serrated edge next to it. There is a line in the rock that starts at the curved part. 00.30.107E (Scraper) image
24 00.30.107F Scraper Small gray oval scraper. All edges are thinned and serrated. 00.30.107F (Scraper) image
25 00.30.107K Scraper White triangle shaped scraper. Different colors can be seen in the layers of rock, mostly brown and bray. Edges have been knapped and thinned. 00.30.107K (Scraper) image
26 00.30.107L Scraper Cream colored stone scraper with light orange present on object. At the bottom there is a large flaked notch that is perfect for a finger. Object is knapped and dirt is present in a few crevasses on object. 00.30.107L (Scraper) image
27 00.30.107T Scraper Multilayered stone scraper. Colors are shades of pink, crème, brown. A few portions of original rock are still present. One side of object is smooth, Other side has been worked and contains a few ridges. 00.30.107T (Scraper) image
28 00.30.107U Scraper Gray stone scraper that is rough all over. Layers of rock can be seen through the working. Large knapping marks show some original rock and large flakes missing. Slight oval shape. 00.30.107U (Scraper) image
29 00.30.107V Scraper Colorful stone scraper that has a fractured end, other end is rounded. Colors are pink, purple, gray. Some original rock still remains. Smooth on one side and one ridge on opposite side. 00.30.107V (Scraper) image
30 00.30.107W Scraper Multilayered red stone scraper. Original stone can be seen near rounded top of object, under that layer is red. Large knapping marks create a smoother middle. Shades of pink and red and brown are most present. 00.30.107W (Scraper) image
31 00.30.107X Scraper Long thin stone scraper, could also be a projectile point. One side is mostly smooth except for a few bumps. in rock. Opposite side is gray colored and is raised all over to create a large bump. Edges are thinned, serrated and knapped. 00.30.107X (Scraper) image
32 00.30.107Z Scraper Multicolored stone scraper. Colors are pink, gray, red. Layers in rock show mixing of colors. One side is mostly smooth except for original rock portion and one ridge. Opposite side has many more ridges and working marks. 00.30.107Z (Scraper) image
33 00.30.110A Scraper Light pink stone scraper. The stone is smooth, with the bottom of the scraper having two raised "veins" that can be seen in the light. The top of the stone is also smooth, with clear dark marks that show the layers of the scraper. A black streak of stone is found near the bottom of this side. The edges are serrated and there is one flat edge that is thick and shows the brown stone inside.    00.30.110A (Scraper) image
34 00.30.110AA Scraper White stone scraper. Mostly made of white stone, but other colors are mixed throughout the scraper. Top side of scraper has brown spots and/or scratches throughout the side. Near the edge of the scraper, there is a patch of reddish-orange stone. The middle of this side has a thick gray streak that runs across the stone almost like a belt. The opposite side of the scraper is much more white stone, with only a few examples of the brown scratches. The scraper has one side that is thick and skinny, with the other side being rounded and flattened. Edges are serrated on flattened edge, but the edges elsewhere are decently smooth.  00.30.110AA (Scraper) image
35 00.30.110B Scraper Jasper scraper. Scraper is a blend of pink and red, with some brown stone intermixed with the red hues. The top side of the scraper has a patch near the center of pink stone next to a patch of dark red stone. Above these patches is another patch of red stone, and directly next to it is a section of the scraper that has a uniform patch of darker pink stone. On the other side of the scraper, the stone is much more uniform, with it resembling the darker pink stone from the top side. Near the edges on the bottom are dark red, with a large section of the brown stone. The surface of both sides is bumpy, with clear knapping marks present. The edges of the scraper are serrated  00.30.110B (Scraper) image
36 00.30.110BB Scraper Light pink stone scraper. The top side of the scraper has an ombré appearance, with the darker pink on the top fading into a lighter shade of pink the further down the stone. There are two patches of white stone that are encased in the area of the stone that is light pink with gray specks. The bottom side of the scraper is primarily made up of gray-specked stone, with this side also having a few notch marks scattered across the face of the scraper. The edges of the piece are very jagged, with only one side having a smooth edge. Piece is made of thick stone that is uniform throughout.  00.30.110BB (Scraper) image
37 00.30.110C Scraper Gray stone scraper. Top side of the scraper is made of a medium gray stone that has specks of white, brown, and darker gray. Most of this side is made up with this stone, with a small knapped section revealing uniform dark gray stone being the only exception. At the top is a small hole/indent that does not go through the scraper. The left side of the stone has a raised bump, revealing the layers of the stone when looked at from the side. The bottom side of the scraper has more of the uniform gray stone, with the speckled stone covering the top and bottom of the face. The shape of the scraper almost looks like it was the base for making an arrowhead. The edges are slightly jagged.  00.30.110C (Scraper) image
38 00.30.110CC Scraper Large flint scraper. Very smooth to the touch, no random knap marks or notches. Scraper is a mix of black and brown, making it hard to see any small tedious details on the scraper. Covered in brown speck marks. Edges are smooth and rounded. One edge has a prominent point that sticks out higher than the smaller edge.  00.30.110CC (Scraper) image
39 00.30.110D Scraper Round scraper. One side of the scraper is mainly original rock (beige with gray and white speckles) with some parts of the edges and one spot revealing orange and red stone. The other side of the scraper is mostly brown with patches of rust-colored stone, the very edge of the scraper revealing a dark red stone. There is a small crevasse that has tiny crystals inside the notch.  Generally, the edges of the scraper are jagged, with some chipped edges having a flat edge.  00.30.110D (Scraper) image
40 00.30.110DD Scraper Gray/dark purple-colored scraper. Scraper has the shape that seems to show it was going to be turned into an arrowhead. The edges of the piece are rough, with some areas very jagged. Knapping marks can be found throughout the whole scraper. The rock found in the scraper has vertical lines throughout the rock. The top side of the scraper has a spot of original rock that is in the lower left cover, with a patch of dark reddish-purple stone situated just above it. There's a stripe of light gray stone on the "blade" of the scraper. The point is rounded.  00.30.110DD (Scraper) image
41 00.30.110E Scraper Small white round scraper. The scraper has a smooth bottom, with the edges of the rock having specks of gray stone. There is a tiny spot of orange located on the edge of the scraper. Top of the scraper has a few gray scratches found on the face and on all the edges of the top. White stone veins are visible on this top section. Object has a thin side, the other being quite thick.  00.30.110E (Scraper) image
42 00.30.110EE Scraper Gray stone scraper. Top side has thick layers that are off-white, dark gray, and light gray respectively. The off-white stone has dark brown specks, and an edge that shows the layers of the stone. The dark gray area has one little patch of original stone, and the light gray also shows some layers. There's a raised bump near the middle of this piece. The bottom shows some of the layers seen on the top, but it is mainly a light gray color. The edges are knapped and overall the object is rough and has many uneven edges or points.  00.30.110EE (Scraper) image
43 00.30.110F Scraper Stone scraper. Scraper has the shape of a gumdrop. The top side of the scraper is a blend of light and dark brown stone, possibly original stone. The bottom side has three distinct rock layers, a specked gray outer ring, an off-white inner layer, and a pale gray core. Some dark brown specks can be found across all three layers. The base of the scraper is thick, and curve slightly. Edges are serrated but not extremely rough.  00.30.110F (Scraper) image
44 00.30.110G Scraper Rock scraper. One side of the stone is smooth with a small ridge near the top. Point on top is broken, leaving behind a smooth edge. Mostly made of uniform beige stone, with a small section of off-white and gray-specked stone.  The opposite side of the stone has a line down the middle of the scraper. Has a flattened side, with a bump in the middle of the stone. Bump has a patch of dark red stone.  00.30.110G (Scraper) image
45 00.30.110I Scraper Small pink scraper. The top side of the scraper has a thick circular edge and a thinner rectangular section. There is a ridge that goes down the rectangular part, made of a dark pink-brown down and a small strip of original white rock. The bottom side of the scraper is very flat, with a few notches. Made primarily of pink stone, with the section with the notches having a small gray hue to the rock. Knapped edges, mostly smooth except near the multicolored area. The stone has been fractured in two pieces. 00.30.110I (Scraper) image
46 00.30.110J Scraper Small rounded scraper. Top side of scraper is white, with only a few scratches/patches of brown. The sides of the scraper are thicker, with the center of it thinner. The bottom side of the scraper is primarily yellow, with two distinct notches that reveal white stone underneath. Rough-edged, with a small chip on the edge.  00.30.110J (Scraper) image
47 00.30.110K Scraper Light pink stone scraper. The top of the scraper has a sharp ridge from the bottom left side and curves toward the center. Made of mainly light pink stone with a smudge of beige stone near the top of the side. Bottom of the scraper is made of one uniform pink stone, with a few specks of brown near one side of the piece. The bottom is slightly curved, with the ends being thick edges, leaving the middle thin. The edges of the scraper are slightly serrated.  00.30.110K (Scraper) image
48 00.30.111AA Arrowhead Multicolored stone arrowhead. Exact type is unknown, but shares similarities with a Table Rock projectile point. The colors found throughout the arrowhead are light pink, gray, and brown. One side has a clear shoulder while the other shoulder molds into the shape of the blade. The stem is short and straight. The top side is mostly light pink stone, with a large patch of gray and brown stone found in the middle/right center side of this face. Knapping marks on this side are clear. Bottom side of the arrowhead has a large crater at the base of the blade. The point is rounded and not sharp, and the edges are serrated but not rough to the touch.  00.30.111AA (Arrowhead) image
49 00.30.111BB Projectile Point Projectile point made from off-white stone. The piece has small shoulders, but long side notches that connect to a thick long stem with a straight edge. The blade of the piece has good knapping craftmanship and looks like a mushroom. Layers of the stone are visible. One side has a crevasse on the blade. There are small brown bits in the rock, mainly on the edges. The edges are serrated and jagged.  00.30.111BB (Projectile Point) image
50 00.30.111CC Lithic Matanzas point made of white stone. Object has been knapped but not thinned so object is wide. Small side notches lead to a flat base that has been edged. Color of rock shows shades of white and gray through layers. Some small scratches but are unproblematic to the point.  00.30.111CC (Lithic) image