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These three bifaces were among the many that were recovered from the William Young site in Morris County by Kansas Historical Society Archeologists. The bifaces were created by people whose way of living and tool complex is called the Munkers Creek phase by archeologists. In addition to hunting, the Munkers Creek people were harvesting wild plants. Bifaces like these could have been for cutting grass.

Date: 3500 B.C.E. - 3050 B.C.E.

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Item Number: 443550
Call Number: 14MO304-538; -1748; -1878
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 443550

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