- Time Period : 13200-8000 B.P.
- Location : Oregon and Washington, Columbia River basin
- Shape : Lanceolate
A small to medium size, thin lanceolate dart/knife point with most having expanded auricles and a recurved blade producing a waist. Bases are generally concave and are usually ground. This type is separated from the Pay Paso by basal thinning technique.
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