Eastern Stemmed Lanceolate

Eastern Stemmed Lanceolate

A medium to large size, broad stemmed point with convex to parallel sides and square shoulders. The stem is parallel sided to slightly expanding. The hafting area is ground. Most examples have horizontal to oblique parallel flaking and are of high quality and thinness. The Eastern form of the Scottsbluff type made by the Cody Complex people. The Stringtown is an eared version of this type.

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