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Accordingly, the bones and teeth of bison, canids, deer, moose, wapiti, pronghorn antelope, fisher and badger, plus chipped stone scrapers, knives and perforators, and bone fleshing tools, abraders and awls are found in archaeological sites of all periods across the Northern Great Plains (cf.
* Abraders that prepare the surface of panels to hold a secure bond.
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.