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<p>Archaic people ground and polished hard stones such as granite into a variety of durable tools. This ax is especially large and fine. It is more than nine inches long.</p>
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<p>By archaeologist's distinctions, Ohio's so-called &quot;Archaic people&quot; ground and polished hard stones such as granite into a variety of durable tools.  
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The axe pictures here is especially large and fine. It is more than nine inches long.</p>
 
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Revision as of 12:19, 29 July 2015

<img src="images/prehistory/artifacts/sgt-l.jpg" alt="Image of stone tools used for grounding" title="Image of stone tools used for grounding" align="left" height="370" width="251"/>

By archaeologist's distinctions, Ohio's so-called "Archaic people" ground and polished hard stones such as granite into a variety of durable tools. The axe pictures here is especially large and fine. It is more than nine inches long.

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