This research is an archaeological investigation into a collection of two hundred thirty-five lithic artifacts and the land believed to be associated with it. The Darrah Creek Site is composed of seventy-nine acres of former farmland in Mecosta County Michigan. Through typological analysis, field survey, sampling, and limited excavation this research explored the cultural prehistory of the collection and the site itself. Results from this investigation suggest a continued human presence on the property for a period of roughly ten thousand years. It does not, however, suggest any form of human settlement or intensive land use. McNair Scholar Project. Faculty Advisor: Dan Pugh.