HI-LO

Description:
a short lanceolate spear point with a concave base and moderate to short basal thinning flakes or even flutes;  the base and lateral blade edges within the hafting area are most often heavily ground;  haft area may be slightly incurvate or nearly side notched
Size Range: 2.8 cm - 7.0 cm
Cultural Affiliation:
Late Paleo Indian - Transitional to Early Archaic
Distribution:   predominantly the Great Lakes region and contiguous states including Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, northern Ohio, western New York and southern Ontario

Example courtesy of the Dan Long collection.


Reference
Justice, Noel D. (1987).  Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Midcontinental and Eastern     
    United States.  Indiana University Press.  Bloomington, Indiana.



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