Description: a small, thin, well-made triangular point with straight blade edges, side-notched with a squarish base that can be straight or concave; most likely a true arrow point
Size Range: sufficient morphological data is unavailable to conclusively indicate a size range, however most known specimens are between 2.5 and 5.0 cm range
Cultural Affiliation: Middle Woodland, affiliated with the Point Peninsula Culture and Kipp Island phase
Distribution: distribution mainly in Central and Western New York but also recovered in Northern Pennsylvania, Southern Ontario, and Northeastern Ohio
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