- Time Period : 700-400 B.P.
- Location : Columbia River in Oregon and Washington
- Shape : Stemmed-Bifurcated
A small size, thin, triangular corner notched arrow point with strong barbs and a short, expanding to parallel sided stem. Shoulder barbs are usually pointed and can extend to the base. Blade edges can be serrated and the base can be bifurcated. Broader tangs than Wallula. Related to the earlier Snake River dart points.
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