Image of Tools 2

Since the collection of stone tools was unearthed by a road grader most of the detail associated with the cache was destroyed before it was visited by archaeologists. The sparse evidence that was collected after the discovery suggests that the objects were purposely placed in a shallow pit and probably covered up. The analysis of the artifacts suggests that most of them represent a series of stages in the making of the final product, the Clovis spear point. Interestingly, the flaking patterns left behind by the makers of the collection reflect two different flint knapping styles probably indicating that two different people produced the objects.