- 11500-10000 B.P.
- N. Indiana Westward to Texas, northward to the Dakotas and West to Mon
- Time Period : 11500-10000 B.P.
- Location : N. Indiana Westward to Texas, northward to the Dakotas and West to Montana.
- Shape : Auriculate
A small to medium size, thin, high quality, fluted point with contracted to slightly expanding, pointed auricles and a concave base. Fluting usually extends the entire length of each face. Blade flaking is extremely fine. The hafting area is ground. A very rare type, even in area of highest incidence. Modern reproductions have been made and extreme caution should be exercised in acquiring an original specimen. Often found in association with extinct bison fossil remains
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