Indian Projectile Points Found in Michigan
Author(s): Edward J. Wahla
This is a short discussion of some flint materials employed by the Indians in the production of local projectile points and should prove of interest to amateur archaeologists, especially for those with little knowledge of local geology or mineralogy. This non-technical study of locally occurring points is a slightly altered version of the series appearing in "Artifacts", the bulletin of the Clinton Valley Chapter of the Michigan Archaeological Society.
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Indian Projectile Points Found in Michigan. Edward J. Wahla. Michigan Archaeological Society, Clinton Valley Chapter. 1969 ( tDAR id: 393048) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8JH3N57
Calendar Date: -9000 to 1700
min long: -90.571; min lat: 41.509 ; max long: -82.288; max lat: 47.562 ;
Administration Note: This resource is a pre-print version.
Administration Note: A digital copy of this document has been made available in tDAR thanks to the assistance of Edward J Wahla's daughter, Marianne Holt, and his grandson, Jerome Wahla.
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