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    • 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.
    • East Texas House 15

    • Houses; Dwellings; Chimneys; Porches
    • A house in Crockett, Texas, with two chimneys. A utility pole is in front of the house. The house demonstrates Neoclassical style architecture typically built from approximately 1895-1950. Neoclassical features include the side gable roof,...
    • East Texas House 4a

    • Buildings; Outbuildings; Architectural photographs
    • Small office outbuilding to the right of the Cartwright House, San Augustine, Texas. The Greek Revival style architecture resembles that of the Cartwright House. Features include the side gable roof, wide trim band emphasizing the cornices,...
    • East Texas House 28

    • Houses; Dwellings; Columns; Dormers; Architectural photographs
    • The Cullen House in San Augustine. The house demonstrates a Neoclassical architectural style demonstrated by the triangular pediment represented in the front facing gable, and the full width porch supported by four large round columns. Other...
    • East Texas House 157

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Gables; Architectural photographs
    • A two-story house in Kilgore. There is a family on the porch. Trees surrond the house. The house demonstrates Folk Victorian style architecture prevalent throughout the Southern states. Folk Victorian features are represented by the gable front...
    • East Texas House 8

    • Houses; Dwellings; Gables; Bay windows; Towers; Architectural photographs
    • Two-story home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jones, Church Street, Nacogdoches, Texas. The house demonstrates an example of Victorian architecture, particularly Queen Anne style represented by the steeply pitched hipped roof with front gable dormer, the...
    • East Texas House 12

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Columns; Architectural photographs; Architecture;
    • Unidentified house with overgrown bushes and snow on the ground. Simple one-story example of Greek Revival architecture demonstrated by the low pitched side gable roof, wide trim band emphasizing the cornice, full height entry porch with four...
    • Sword

    • Daggers & swords
    • The sword has a triangular shaped blade that is imprinted with a clover or leaf design. The handle is missing.
    • Metate

    • Rocks; Home food processing
    • This grinding stone, a reddish triangular rock, has a small central depression. A metate, or mealing stone, is a mortar used to process grain and seeds during food preparation.
    • Projectile point 2

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is red and has a triangular shaped blade that has straight edges. Shoulders are barbed and flair downward. The stem is contracted.
    • Projectile point 3

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade. Edges are concave and one edge is chipped. Shoulders are barbed and flair out horizontally. Stem is slightly expanded and the base is both straight and convex.
    • 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 5

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is red and has a triangular shaped blade. One blade edge is convex and the other is recurved. One shoulder is squared and the other is barbed. Stem is bulb shaped.
    • Projectile point 6

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is red and tan petrified wood. Triangular w/ slightly convex sides. Tip is somewhat worn. Edges slightly serrated. Stem is parallel-edges to slightly expanded. Weak shoulders.
    • Projectile point 7

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is a tan stone. Triangular blade w/ concave edges are slightly serrated. Base is slightly convex. Stem is rectangular w/ shoulders ar 90 degrees Angles to it.
    • Projectile point 8

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • This projectile point is yellowish tan and has a slender triangular shaped blade. The blade edges are serrated. the shoulders slope upward slightly. The stem is 1/3 of total height of the projectile point and intracts down to a rounded tip.
    • Projectile point 10

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade - one blade edge is uneven and chipped - the other is straight. The shoulders are sloped upward. The stem is expanded and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 11

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is asymmetrical and gray in color. Blade is triangular and has straight edges. One shoulder is slightly barbed and the other sweeps upward. The stem is contracted and the base is rounded.
    • Projectile point 12

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is tan and its blade is triangular. Blade edges are convex. There is no stem and the base is concave. One shoulder is chipped off.
    • Projectile point 14

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is brown and has triangular shaped blade. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders are present byt not very prominent. Stem is expanded and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 15

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is tan and it is triangular in shape. The two blade sides are straight and the base is convex.
    • Projectile point 16

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is greenish gray and has a triangular shaped blade- the tip is missing. Blade edges are convex and the shoulders are sloping upward. One stem is straight and the other is contracted. The base is straight.
    • 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 18

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Has a broad triangular shaped blade. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders are asymmetrical - one is slightly barbed than the other. Stem has been broken off - the base is straight.
    • 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 20

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade with blade edges that are convex. Shoulders sweep upward. Stem edges are straight and the base is straight.
    • 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 27

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray. It is triangular in shape. The lateral edges are convex and the base is slightly concave.
    • Projectile point 30

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray. Has a slender triangular shaped blade with convex edges. Shoulders are barbed. Stem is contracted and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 31

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a slender triangular shaped blade. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders are barbed. Stem is expanding and the base is convex.
    • Projectile point 32

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is tan. It has a triangular shaped blade with convex blade edges. Shoulders are barbed. Stem is slightly contracted and the base is convex.
    • 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 37

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade. The blade edges are convex. The shoulders are barbed. The stem edges are expanded and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 38

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is light gray and has a slender triangular shaped blade. The blade edges are convex. The shoulders slope upward. The stem is contracted and the base is convex.
    • Projectile point 41

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is light & dark brown. Has a triangular shaped blade w/ convex blade edges. One shoulder is squared and the other is sloped upwards.Tip of blade and one shoulder is chippped. Stem is asymmetrical, one edge straight other contracted. Base uneven.
    • 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

    • 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 23

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is off white and has a triangular shaped blade. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders slope upward slightly. Stem is slightly expanded - the base is straight.
    • 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 54

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Point is yellow/brown in color and has a triangular shaped blade. One shoulder slopes upward and the other is squared off. The stem sides are parallel to each other and the base is convex. The edges of the blade are straight.
    • Projectile point 46

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Triangular shaped blade w/ many chips on edges. Edges are concave (due to chipping after initial manufacture). Barbs flair downward slightly and the stems side expand slightly toward base. Base is convex. Color-dark charcoal grey.
    • 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 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 52

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Rusty brown. Triangular blade has concave edges. Stem sides expand slightly toward base. Base is straight. One barb has been stripped.
    • Projectile point 55

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Point is Gray in color and has a slender triangular shaped blade. One barb sweeps upward, the othe is missing. The stem is bulb-shaped.
    • 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 57

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Color of point is red. The blade is triangular with straight edges. The shoulders are at right angles to the stem. The stem is contained and somewhat rounded at the base.
    • Projectile point 58

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Point is yellow and has a slender triangular shaped blade. The shoulders are barbed slightly and sweep upward. The stems sides are parallel to each other and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 59

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Gray and has a triangular shaped blade. The edges are recurved and the barbs sweep downward. The stem is rounded.
    • Projectile point 60

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Dark brown/red with a triangular shaped blade. The edges are striaght and the shoulders are barbed. The stem is contracted and pointed at the base. One barbed has been chipped.
    • Projectile point 61

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Yellow/brown in color w/ dark gray flecks in it. Blade is triangular with striaght edges. The shoulders are barbed and the stem is slightly larger than the shoulders. Stem is contracted to a rounded point.
    • Projectile point 62

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Creamy tan and has a slender triangular shaped blade. Edges are recurred and the shoulders are squared. Stems edges are straight, as is the base.
    • Projectile point 63

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Red and has a triangular shaped blade, the edges of the blade are chipped. Shoulders are squared. Stem is notched and forms a wedge. Base is straight.
    • Projectile point 64

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Very dark brown w/ a long triangular shaped blade w/ recurved edges. Shoulders flair outward w/ a slight downward slope. Stem has one straight edge, the other is chipped. Base would be convex on corner is chipped.
    • Projectile point 65

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Brown w/ some red. Blade is triangular w/ recurved edges. Shoulders are barbed & flair downward slightly. Stems edges flair outward slightly and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 67

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Brownish/red. Blade is triangular shaped. One shoulder is missing, the other is partially chipped off. Shoulders were barked & blade edges are striaght. Stem has straight edges & base.
    • Projectile point 68

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Red/brown. Both shoulders are missing. Blade is slender & triangular. Stem has a straight edges & a convex base.
    • Projectile point 69

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Triangular shaped blade w/ convex edges. One shoulder sweeps upward. The other is squared. Stem is contracted. Gray in color.
    • Projectile point 70

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Red (dark). Blade is triangular shaped w/ recurved edges. Shoulders are barbed and sweep out fairly horizontally. Stem is rounded.
    • Projectile point 71

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Brown and has a triangular shaped blade. Edge of the blade are concave. Shoulders on one side is squared, the other is incomplete and sweeps upward slightly. The stem is slightly wedge shaped with a straight base.
    • Projectile point 73

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • White. It has a broad triangular shaped blade - its tip is missing. Blade edges are serrated & straight. Shoulders are squared. Stem edges are parallel, the base is slightly convex.
    • Projectile point 74

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Brown/red. Its blade is triangular w/ recurved edges - shoulder is barbed & sweeps slightly. The other shoulders is missing. Stem is contracted w/ a straight base.
    • Projectile point 75

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Gray w/ a red tip. Blade is triangular w/ one straight edge & one convex edge. Shoulders ae squared somewhat & the stem is bulbed shaped.
    • 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.
    • Broad axe

    • Axes
    • The broad axe has a wide triangular shaped blade with a slightly curved cutting edge. The wooden handle is secured to the blade with a metal band and metal spikes or nails. Broad axes are tools used to create building timbers and planks.
    • Bayonet

    • Bayonets
    • The bayonet consists of a slender, triangular shaped blade that tapers to a point. A curved portion extends from the larger end of the blade forming an open ring or socket. The slender spike-shaped weapon is designed to fit on the muzzle of a...
    • Pine Log, 2012-10-15

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-03-25

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...

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