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Shown are three examples of the chipped stone tools from the Hickman Site, a Native Indian campsite of an unknown time period in Phillips County. All are made of Smoky Hill Silicified Chalk and are (left to right) a large flake, a midsection of a thin knife or biface and an expanding stem projectile point with a broken tip. The Hickman Site was initially recorded by Roscoe Wilmeth in 1957. Wilmeth served as a Kansas Historical Society assistant museum director and the first State archeologist of Kansas.

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Item Number: 439689
Call Number: 14PH302-21; -7; -1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 439689

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