Arrow points, a hallmark of the Late Prehistoric period (about A.D. 800 to 1600), were among the chipped stone artifacts found within the middens. These artifacts were made during the same period that radiocarbon evidence suggests was the principal period of midden use. Shown from left are: a triangular arrow point blank and Scallorn arrow points from the early part of the Late Prehistoric. Photo by Steve Black.
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