A medium to large size, thin, lanceolate point with usually parallel sides and a concave base that is ground. Some examples are thinned or fluted and are believed to be related to the earlier Clovis and contemporary Dalton/Merserve types. Examples found further north are called Goshen which is the same type. Flaking is of high quality and can be collateral to oblique transverse. A cross type between Clovis and Dalton.

Find Plainview's at

Quick Search

Detailed Search

Do you see any problems with the accuracy of our information? Is something wrong with this page?
Report Error

Additional Plainview Photos

Plainview Related Artifacts

Plainview Comments


We Need Your Help. Send Us Your Feedback.

We Want to Hear your Thoughts and Ideas!