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    • Projectile point 4

    • Projectile point 4

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is an elongated slender triangular shape w/ no stem. Edges are slightly convex, the base is straight, but one corner of the base is chipped.
    • Projectile point 17

    • Projectile point 17

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is light and dark charcoal colored. Blade is triangular in shape and has convex edges. Shoulders and stem (if there was one) are missing. Base that was formed by the break is straight.
    • Projectile point 19

    • Projectile point 19

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is white and it's blade is triangular in shape. One blade edge is straight and the other is convex. Shoulders slope upward slightly. Stem is expanded and the base is uneven.
    • Projectile point 25

    • Projectile point 25

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is gray. It's blade has a slender triangular shape. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders slope downward and the base is concavely pointed.
    • Projectile point 34

    • Projectile point 34

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • This projectile point is bicolored. It is gray and brown. The blade is triangular in shape and has convex blade edges. The shoulders are well barbed. Stem is expanding and the base is convex.
    • Projectile point 21

    • Projectile point 21

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is off white/yellow. Has a slender triangular shape blade. Blade edges are unevenly convex. Shoulders sweep upward slightly. Stem edges are contracted and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 22

    • Projectile point 22

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is brown and red. Blade is triangular in shape w/ convex edges. Shoulders are asymmetrical - one is slightly barbed and the other is only slightly formed. Stem edges are expanded and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 53

    • Projectile point 53

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Blade is triangular in shape, edges are straight. Shoulders are squared off. The stems sides are parallel and the base is straight. Color of the point is yellow/tan.
    • Projectile point 47

    • Projectile point 47

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Point is triangular in shape with straight sides and a slightly, convex base. It's reddish/brown in color.
    • Projectile point 50

    • Projectile point 50

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Blade is triangular in shape. Edges are slightly convex but uneven. Barbs extend downward and the stem is triangular shaped with a blunt end. It's color is reddish/yelllow.
    • Projectile point 51

    • Projectile point 51

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Triangular in shape. Edges are recurved. Barbs angle downward. Base is flat the color is milky yellow with some red flecked through it.
    • Projectile point 56

    • Projectile point 56

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Coloring of the point is black and the blade is triangular in shape. The blade edges are recurved and the shoulders are at right angles to the verticle midline of the point. The stem is bulb shaped.
    • Projectile point 76

    • Projectile point 76

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Triangular in shape with straight sides and a straight base. One corner at the base is chipped. Point is milky white/creme in color. The side edges are slightly seriated.
    • Stone celt

    • Stone celt

    • Axes; Rocks

    • The stone celt axe was an important tool in ancient America, used to chop or cut wood. Celts are made of various kinds of stone and can vary considerably in shape.

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