CLOVIS POINTS & FLAKE
This picture shows all four of the stone artifacts that were found during the excavation of the Lange Ferguson site. The two complete fluted Clovis points and the broken base of another were found within the excavation area. The fluted points were laying on the bank of an ancient pond. The longest point is made of black opaque chert and measures 2 1/8 inches (54 mm) long. The flake, at right, is made of semi-translucent brown chalcedony and it was found in direct association with the mammoth bones in the central bone bed concentration. It's believed that the flake was removed from a biface.