Large numbers of end-scrapers were found on the Olive Branch site. End-scrapers are also one of the most commonly found tool forms on Clovis sites, so they have a long history in North America. The example pictured here is typical. It's made from a flake that has been pressure flaked into a triangular shape with a wide scrapping edge on one end and a narrower point on the other. This type of scraper was most probably hafted onto a short handle the same way Eskimo and Mandan end-scrapers were hafted.