AMERICAN FLINTKNAPPERS STONE AGE ART IN THE AGE OF COMPUTERS JOHN C WHITTAKER
Knapping - Wikipedia
Knapping is the shaping of flint, chert, obsidian, or other conchoidal fracturing stone through the process of lithic reduction to manufacture stone tools, strikers for flintlock firearms, or to produce flat-faced stones for building or facing walls, and flushwork decoration. The original Germanic term knopp meant to strike, shape, or work, so it could theoretically have referred equally well
Hammerstone - Wikipedia
In archaeology, a hammerstone is a hard cobble used to strike off lithic flakes from a lump of tool stone during the process of lithic reduction. The hammerstone is a rather universal stone tool which appeared early in most regions of the world including Europe, India and North America technology was of major importance to prehistoric cultures before the age of metalworking.