CROWFIELD

Description:
a medium-wide lanceolate fluted spear point with delicate pointed ears and a concave base;  often display multiple flutes on one side;  the widest part of the blade is often above the midway point
Size Range: 3.8 cm - 7.6 cm
Cultural Affiliation:
Paleo Indian
Distribution:   finds reported in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, and southern Ontario where the type site is located

Example at left is a cast of a Crowfield style fluted point from Chautauqua County, New York.

Cast courtesy of the Dan Long collection.

Reference
Overstreet, Robert M. (2001).  Overstreet Indian Arrowheads Identification and Price Guide.  Gem   
    stone Publishing, Inc.  Timonium, Maryland.



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