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Yup, that looks like a worked edge alright. I think such crude tools are very common and people do not notice or care. But in a way they are more interesting than arrowheads.
Especially on a hillside that looks it might have remnants of many testudinate rock piles, surrounded by zigzag rows...
But it was in the glacial till right?
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