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Raw Materials: Examples of the stone types used in making chipped stone tools in Texas.

Edwards Chert, Travis County

Marble Falls Formation, Black Chert

Rio Grande Gravels

Alibates Chert

Petrified wood, Cherokee County

Pigsah Ridge Chert

Edwards Chert, Bexar County

Georgetown Chert, Williamson County

Tecovas Chert and Quartzite

Manning Fused Glass
Edwards Chert, Kimble County

Uvalde Gravels

Obsidian Nodules

Novaculite

Bifaces

Chopper

Perforators/Drills

Jowell "Knives"

Corner Tang Bifaces

Thin Bifaces or "Knives"

Red River Knife and Albany Tools

Carrollton Axe

Butted Bifaces

"Eccentrics" or Multi-notched Bifaces

Nueces Bifaces

Dart Point Preforms
Olmos Tools

Clear Fork Bifaces

Guadalupe Tools

Cache Bifaces

Arrow Point Preforms

Unifaces

Clear Fork Unifaces

Spurred Scrapers

Hafted Uniface
Heavy Unifaces

Miscellaneous Unifaces

Late Prehistoric End Scrapers

Sequent Unifaces

Hafted Uniface

Blades and Blade Cores

Clovis Blade Core
Clovis Blade Core

Paleoindian Blades


Historic Lithics

End Scrapers from Spanish Missions

Gunflints
 

Modern Lithics and Geofacts

Modern Fakes
Modern Fakes

Geofacts

Ground Stone

Pitted or "Nutting" Stones

Boatstones

Tubular Pipe

Shaft straighteners
Celts

Gorgets

Quartzite Hammerstones

Cruciform
Grooved Axe

Waco Sinkers

Abraders

Clovis Engraved Stones