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Quarry Pit in Flint Ridge Memorial State Park, Licking County Ohio
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The panorama is at the center of a prehistoric flint quarry pit in Flint Ridge State Memorial Park, Licking County Ohio. The pit is approximately 10 feet deep and 18 feet in diameter. The area is covered with layers organic material, forming a project blanket of the site's hallowed past. 

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Uploaded: 07/04/2009
Updated: 08/04/2012
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Tags: flint quarry pit; flint; hopewell; arrowheads; spearpoints; flint ridge memorial state park; licking county ohio; bladelet
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