A medium size, narrow, lanceolate point with parallel sides and a straight base. Some rare examples are fluted. Bases are usually ground and flattened. Flaking is to the center of the blade. This point has been confused with the Tennessee River point which is simply a preform for early non-beveled Archaic types. This type is smaller, narrowerer and is flaked to the center of the blade and is much rarer than the type with which it is often confused.

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