- Time Period : 10000-3000 B.P.
- Location : Eastern states.
- Shape : Corner Notched
A small to medium size, serreted, corner notched point that is usually beveled on one side of each face. The base is usually broken off (fractured) by a blow inward from each corner of the stem. Sometimes the sides of the stem and backs of the tangs are also fractured, and rarely the tip may be fractured by a blow on each side directed towards the base. Bases are usually ground and flaking is on high quality. Basal/shoulder fracturing also occurs in Dovetail, Eva, Kirk, Motley and Snyders. Unfractured forms are called Angelico Corner-Notched in Virgina.
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