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This well-worn, hand-sized grinding stone was likely used to start fires by protecting the palm or as a base stone while twirling the starting stick. There is a smooth edge on one side near the lower end of the tool and a serrated edge for sawing near the upper end.
The other side of the tool has 2 different size spoke shavers for arrow shafts and is also quite sharp. Will not stand up on either end without leaning it on a vertical surface. Provenance: Peoria Co, Illinois Date found: Auction May 2004, Hanna City, IL Price: $485 Extremely rare!
Arrowheads and Stone Age tools from neighboring Spoon River valley sites are also available.
Major locations where Native American stone artifacts have been found include Jackson County, Michigan, and Franklinville, Pennsylvania.
These locations house multiple storage spots for tools that were hidden, stored and misplaced throughout large Native American camps, such as those from Jackson County and Franklinville.