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Karl Site

The Karl site is the location for fieldwork during the 2012 summer field season. Here are some of the artifacts that were recovered during prior investigations. The site was apparently occupied for much of the Archaic Period, but has no evidence (so far) of being utilized in the Late Woodland landscape.

Biface tools and fragments from the Karl Site Area A.

Uniface and biface tools from the Karl Site Area A.

Here are some examples of artifacts collected during the 2012 field season.

Projectile Point (possible MacCorkle Stemmed type) from Karl Site Area B
Biface from Karl Site Area B.
Biface from Karl Site Area B.
Projectile Point (Brewerton Side-notched type) from Karl Site Area B.

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