Projectile point from Paleoindian Culture   Save
F. J. Moley Collection
Description: Clovis-type projectile point has nearly parallel sides and has parallel flake scars. The base curves inward markedly. There is one long flake scar taken from the base, known as the flute, extending one third to one half of the way up the blade. There is grinding on the base and the edges of bottom portion of the blade. The flint is mostly grayish-black in color with some grayish-blue mottles. There are small areas where the weathered outer layer of the flint core from which the point was made (cortex) is still present. Item was found in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07134
Subjects: Cuyahoga County (Ohio); Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Arrows;American Indian history and society; Projectile points; Hunting;
Places: Cuyahoga County (Ohio)