What Is It? A parallel sided to
triangular, shouldered, bifacial,
small to medium sized, wide necked,
barbed, deeply split based projectile
point. Early to Late Archaic, 8000
to 2650 B.P. (Before
For more about this
style of dart point,
see page 46 of the
e-book "What Is
|Obsidian dart point, found by
Vernon Imel in the Catlow Valley,
near French Glenn, in Malheur
County, Oregon, in 1953.
Width of neck below the barbs: 9/16",
1-7/16" long by 3/4" wide.
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