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This thin biface was recovered at the Forrest site, a Keith phase site in Pawnee County during excavations by Kansas Historical Society and University of Kansas archeologists in 1967. The oblique parallel flaking on the biface is an attribute more typical of the Paleoindian time period (11000 to 7000 BCE). The site was occupied between 500 and 1100 CE.

Date: 11000-7000 BCE

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Biface from the Forrest Site, 14PA303 - 1

Item Number: 474491
Call Number: 14PA303-52-1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 474491

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