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Exercises: What can we learn from novaculite quarry sites?

After exploring the pages on novaculite quarries in Garland, Montgomery, Polk, and Hot Spring counties and recent whetstone mining:


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     Arkansas Archeological Survey 2016 "Arkansas Novaculite: A Virtual Comparative Collection." (accessed January 15, 2016).

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