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To learn more about stone tools and how they were made, consult these resources:

Web sites:
Simon Fraser University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Stone Tool Virtual Gallery:

Andrews, Thomas, John B. Zoe and Aaron Herter. "On Yamozhah's Trail: Dogrib Sacred Sites and the Anthropology of Travel." In Sacred Lands: Aboriginal World Views, Claims, and Conflicts, ed. J. Oakes, R. Riewe & K. Kinew, pp. 305-320. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta, 1998.

Pokotylo, David L., "Blood From Stone: Making and Using Stone Tools in Prehistoric British Columbia". Museum Note No. 11. Vancouver: UBC Museum of Anthropology, 1983.

Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada