A medium to large size, narrow, thick, lanceolate point with parallel flaking and a ground, convex to straight base. It comes in two types: Type I expands towards the tip (Could be resharpened type IIs). Type II is basically parallel sided to excurvate. Consistantly dated older than Clovis from hydration dates obtained from controlled conditions. One such test dated Haskett to 12,100 years old. The Haskett point is related to Cougar Mountain points found on the same sites. Haskett /Lind Coulee points later evolved into Alberta & Agate Basins. An extremely rare type with only a few dozen complete examples known.

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