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.
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