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In addition to these abraders, we recovered 17 pieces of pearl-shell with cut marks (Table 3), and other smaller fragments were also evident in the shell faunal assemblage.
Other Ocean Bay implements included abraders, scrapers, ocher grinders, and pecked stone lamps for burning sea-mammal oil.
As well, many of the most common implements, such as cobble spalls and abraders, occur throughout the Kodiak cultural sequence.
Porites coral abraders were also common and probably used in fishhook manufacture (see Allen 1992; Rolett and Conte 1995:218,220).
Glenrose also contained a barbed bone point, several antler wedges and some rough groundstone abraders which foreshadow the later importance of woodworking and fishing.
Abraders for performing smoothing operations on corrugated panels.