Field Guide to Projectile Points of the Midwest

Field Guide to Projectile Points of the Midwest

Book - 2001
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Small stone tools and arrow points are among the few remaining traces of human history stretching back over 10,000 years. This convenient guide to the projectile points that can be found in the Midwestern United States is designed as a field reference. It provides a type name and a short description of the physical characteristics, age, and distribution for the most frequently found styles of projectile points. Each type is illustrated with a detailed drawing, and most have cross-sectional views to aid in identification. The authors also provide a guide to the terminology used to describe the physical characteristics of projectile points. Here is the perfect companion to keep at hand in your search for traces of the native peoples of the Midwest.

Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2001
Edition: 1st Indiana University Press ed
ISBN: 9780253339317
Branch Call Number: NEBREF 977 Justice 2001
Characteristics: xiii, 53 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Kudlaty, Suzanne K. (Suzanne Kay)


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