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Knapping with Ken Wallace
Castile, New York†
November 23, 2002
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Wallace and a fabulous collection of his reproduction
points all made from Onondaga Chert.†
At left is Chip Wallace, Kenís son, Ken, and
Tim Shaw.† Tim is a second generation leather
craftsman who has taken an interest in knapping.† At right is another of Kenís current
students, John Brennan.
At left is
who is setting up a fluting platform on an Onondaga Chert Clovis perform.
Dan is one of Kenís most accomplished students.
Some of the points produced during the day:† First row- Snake Hill chert Plevna and
Novaculite Clovis by John;† Coastal
Plains chert Thebes and Onondaga chert Genesee by Dan, Knife River Flint
Scallorn and Onondaga chert E-Notch Bevel by Jim.† Second rowĖ two points by Tim;† Onondaga chert Genesee, Dalton, and
Dovetail points by Ken;† Onondaga chert
North Blade by Jim.