April 1998 edition

PROJECTILE POINT TYPES
Neverending DRAFT Bibliography

INTRODUCTION: This bibliography began with an internet message from Hugh Jarvis to the Arch-L list in the summer of 1994 with about a dozen references, and I became compulsive. These references include some from the "grey market"... (i.e. tend to have prices listed but also can be good for type coverage). The collectors books with prices are also valuable aids for the archaeologist prosecuting an ARPA case in establishing commercial value. In order to provide some contextual framework, references are included which focus on: breakage, dating, descriptive systems, fluting, form, function, hafting, measurements, notching, and reshaping. This bibliography references 6 Ph.D.Dissertations and 13 Master's Thesis'. It also includes references on prehistoric and historic projectile points made from copper and iron. As a good cautionary reminder "Scholars...... should not be enslaved by static typology" (Wilke & Flenniken, 1991).

Some locations of projectile point information on the internet are included as appendix A at the end of this bibliography.

Adair, L., and E. J. Sims

1970 Rockport Variety, Harpeth River Point. Tennessee Archaeologist

26(2):23-29.

Agenbroad, L. D.

1967 The Distribution of Fluted Points in Arizona. The Kiva 32(4):113-120.

Agogino, George A.

1961 A New Point Type From Hell Gap Valley, Eastern Wyoming.

American Antiquity 26(4):558-560.

Agogino, George A.

1985 The Hell Gap Point: a Twenty-Year Evaluation. Bulletin of the Central

Texas Archeological Society 10:110-116.

Agogino, George A., and Phillip Shelley

1987 Alligator Gar Scales as Possible Points. The Chesopiean 25(2):9-10.

Ahler, Stanley A.

1971 Projectile Point Form and Function at Rodgers Shelter, Missouri.

Missouri Archaeological Society Research Series No.8. Columbia.

Ahler, Stanley A.

1987 Putu: A Fluted Point Site in Alaska. Simon Fraser University

Publication No. 17. Archaeology Press, Simon Fraser University,

Burnaby.

Ainsworth, Peter W.

1987 Comments on Austin's "Discovery" of Biface Notching Flakes.

Lithic Technology 16(2-3):56-58

Alexander, H.L.

1974 The Association of Aurignacoid Elements with Fluted Point Complexes

in North America. In International Conference on the Prehistory and

Paleoecology of Western North America Arctic and Subarctic, edited by

C. Raymond and P. Schlederman, pp. 21-32, University of Calgary

Archaeological Association, Calgary, Alberta.

Allely, Steven

1975 A Clovis Point From the Mohawk River Valley, Western Oregon. In:

Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, C. Melvin

Aikens, editor. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers

8:549-552. Eugene.

Allen, Ralph

1989 Boggy Branch II Point. Central States Archaeological Journal

36(2):99.

Anderson, A.D., and J.A. Tiffiny

1972 Rummels-Maske: A Clovis Find-Spot in Iowa. Plains Anthropologist

17:55-59.

Anderson, Peggy

1984 Buffalo River Cache. Central States Archaeological Journal 31(1):19.

Anderson, Son

1987 American Indian Point Types of North Florida, South Alabama,

and South Georgia. Privately published by the author.

Anderson, Son and Doug Puckett

1984 Field Guide to Point Types of the State of Florida . Privately

Published. Son Anderson, Route One, Box 77A, Riverview, AL 36872

{booklet, limited coverage but good considering; poor photos}

Arthur, G. W.

1962 Notes on Indented Base Projectile Points Associated With Late

Plains Materials in South Central Montana. Archaeology in Montana

4(3):8-9.

Austin, Robert J.

1986 The Experimental Reproduction and Archaeological Occurrence of

Biface Notching Flakes. Lithic Technology 15(3):96-100.

Avey, M.G.

1990 Fluted Point Occurrences in Washington State. Manuscript on file,

State Historic Preservation Office, Olympia.

Ayers, J. E.

1966 A Clovis Point from the Kayenta, Arizona Area. Plateau

28(4):76-78. Flagstaff.

Ayers, J.E.

1970 Two Clovis Fluted Points From Southern Arizona. The Kiva 35(3):121-124.

Baerreis, David A., and R.A. Hornseth

1948 Measurement in Projectile Point Description: A Preliminary

Statement. Plains Archeological Conference News Letter 1(4):62-65.

(reprinted 1961).

Baerreis, David A., J.A. Freeman, and J.V. Wright

1958 The Contracting Stem Projectile Point in Eastern Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Anthropological Society Bulletin 6:61-81.

Bacon, William S.

1977 Projectile Point Typology: The Basic Base. Archaeology of Eastern

North America 5:107-122.

Baker, William S., and Clarence H. Webb

1976 Catahoula Type Projectile Points. Louisiana Archaeology 3:225-251.

Baker, Winston S.,

1995 Flaked Stone Projectiles, Tools and Ceremonials From Southeastern

United States. Solvo Corporation, Eastaboga, Alabama.

Bamforth, Douglas B.

1991 Flintknapping Skill, Communal Hunting and Paleoindian Projectile

Point Typology. Plains Anthropologist 36(137):309-322.

Banks, Alan

1978 Indians of the Upper Current River. Self-published. Alan Banks,

Eminence, MO 65466. {localized, ie Upper Current River area,

Shannon County Missouri}

Barbour, Erwin Hinckley, and C.Bertrand Schultz

1932 The Scottsbluff Bison Quarry and Its Artifacts. Nebraska State

Museum Bulletin 34(1):283-286. Nebraska State Museum, Lincoln.

Bauman, Jerry L.

1989 A Brass Arrowpoint From San Patricio County, Texas. Journal of

the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 16(4):25-28.

Baumhoff, Martin A., and J.S. Byrnes

1959 Desert Side-Notched Points as a Time Marker in California.

Report of the University of California Archaeology Survey 48:32-65.

Bayham, Frank E.

1986 Projectile Point Classification and Middle Archaic Stratigraphic

Relationships in the Picacho Area. IN: Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers

of South-Central Arizona: The Picacho Reservoir Archaic Project. Frank

E. Bayham, P.H. Morris, and M.S. Shakley, eds. Arizona State

University Anthropological Field Studies 13:217-246. Tempe.

Bedwell, Stephen F.

1966 A Descriptive Analysis of Side Notch Points from the State of Oregon.

M.A. Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon,

Eugene.

Bedwell, Stephen F.

1973 Classification of Projectile Points. IN Fort Rock Basin Prehistory

and Environment pp. 71-101. University of Oregon Books, Eugene.

Behm, J.

1985 Identification and Analysis of Stylistic Variation in Hardin

Barbed Points. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology,

University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Bell, Robert E.

1958 The Scottsbluff Projectile Point. Oklahoma Anthropological Society

Newsletter 6(8):3-4.

Bell, Robert E.

1958 Guide to the Identification of Certain American Indian Projectile

points. Special Bulletin 1, Oklahoma Anthropological Society.

Bell, Robert E.

1960 Guide to the identification of Certain American Indian Projectile

Points. Special Bulletin 2, Oklahoma Anthropological Society.

Bell, Robert E.

1960 Evidence of a Fluted Point Tradition in Ecuador. American

Antiquity 26(1):102-106.

Bell, Robert E., and Roland Scott Hall

1953 Selected Projectile Point Types of the United States.

Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 1:1-16.

Bergman, Christopher A., and Mark H. Newcomer

1983 Flint Arrowhead Breakage: Examples from Ksar Akil, Lebanon.

Journal of Field Archaeology 10:238-243.

Bettinger, Robert L.

1978 Humbolt Basal-notched Bifaces as Time Markers in the Western Great

Basin. Tebiwa 10:1-7. Journal of the Idaho State Museum, Pocatello.

Bettinger, Robert L., James F. O'Connell, and David Hurst Thomas.

1991 Projectile Points as Time Markers in the Great Basin. American

Anthropologist 93(1):166-173. March. [In the same issue, Wilke and

Flenniken rebut this article.]

Bienenfeld, P., and W. Andrefsky, Jr.

1984 Projectile Point Life Cycles and Use-Resharpening Analysis. Paper

presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for American

Archaeology, Portland.

Binford, Lewis R.

1963 A Proposed Attribute List for the Description and Classification of

Projectile Points. In: Miscellaneous Studies in Typology and

Classification, Anthropological Papers 19:193-221. Museum of

Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Bird, Junius B.

1969 A Comparison of South Chilean and Ecuadorian "fishtail" Projectile

Points. The Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers 40:52-71. Berkeley.

Bird, Junius, and Richard Cooke

1978 The Occurrence in Panama of Two Types of Paleo-Indian Projectile Points.

In: Early Man in America From a Circum-Pacific Perspective. Alan L.

Bryan, editor. University of Alberta, Department of Anthropology

Occasional Paper 1:263-272. Edmonton.

Blanke, S.B.

1978 Analysis of Variation in Point Morphology as a Strategy in

Reconstruction of the Culture History of an Archaeologicaly Disturbed

Area. Ph.D. Dissertation, Boston University.

Boldurian, A.T., P.T. Fitzgibbons, and P.H. Shelley

1985 Fluting Devices in the Folsom Tradition: Patterning in Debitage

Formation and Projectile Point Basal Configurations. Plains

Anthropologist 36:281-295.

Bonnichsen, Robson

1978 An Attribute List For Stemmed Bifaces. Man in the Northeast 16:153-176.

Bonnichsen, B. Robson, and James D. Keyser

1982 Three Small Points: A Cody Complex Problem. Plains Anthropologist

27(96):137-144.

Bonnichsen, Robson, Bruce Bourque, and D.E. Young

1983 The Moosehorn Fluted Point Discovery. Archeology of Eastern North

America 11:36-48.

Bostwick, Todd W.

1988 Projectile Point Analysis. IN: An Investigation of Archaic Subsistence

and Settlement in the Harquahala Valley, Maricopa County, Arizona.

Assembled by Tom Bostwick, pp. 253-293. Northland Research, Flagstaff.

Bureau of Reclamation, Arizona Projects Office, Contract No.

3-PA-30-00740.

Bourke, John G.

1891 Arrows and Arrow Makers. Remarks. American Anthropologist 4:71-74.

Boyd, James Bryan

1997 Scottsbluff Points From South Texas and Northeastern Mexico. Journal of the

Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 24(3):39-41.

Boyd, James Bryan

1997 Arrow Points From the Rincon De Los Indios on the Rio Salado, Tamaulpas,

Mexico. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association

La Tierra 24(4):44-48.

Bradford, George

1976 Paleo Points: An Illustrated Chronology of Projectile Points.

Volume 1. Self-published. George R. Bradford, RR2, Preston, ON, Canada

N3H 4R7. or AIB ($6+$2.50) {outdated but excellent; booklet}

Bradley, Bruce

1978 Comment on Point #13: Eden (FE 1:1, 18-20). Flintknappers Exchange

1(2):30.

Bradley, B., and G. Frison

1987 Projectile Points and Specialized Bifaces from the Horner Site.

In: The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex,

edited by G. Frison and L. Todd, 199-232. Academic Press, New York.

Brennan, Louis A.

1982 A Compilation of Fluted Points of Eastern North America by Count and

Distribution: an AENA Project. Archaeology of Eastern North America

10:27-46.

Brook, Vernon Ralph

1972 The Temporal Point: A New Diagnostic Type. Transactions of the Seventh

Regional Archeological Symposium For Southeastern New Mexico and

and Western Texas, pp. 83-88.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1974 An Unusual Point From Monroe County. Mississippi Archaeologist

9(4):4.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1974 Projectile Points From the North Delta. Mississippi Archaeologist

9(7):2-8.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1975 More Kirk-Like Points. Mississippi Archaeologist 10(1):11-12.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1975 Morrow Mountain Projectile Points. Mississippi Archaeology

10(10):5-7.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1976 Morrow Mountain Points. Mississippi Archaeology 11(1):12.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1976 A Greenbriar Point From the Mississippi Delta. Mississippi

Archaeologist 11(2):3-4.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1981 Everyman's Guide to Arrowheads, Part I. Mississippi Archaeology

16(2):22-31.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1982 Everyman's Guide to Projectile Points, Part II. Mississippi Archaeology

17(1):9-14.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1982 Everyman's Guide to Projectile Points, Part III. Mississippi

Archaeology 17(2):6-12.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1983 Everyman's Guide to Projectile Points, IV. Mississippi Archaeology

18(1):45-47.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1983 Everyman's Guide to Projectile Points, Part V. Mississippi Archaeology

18(2):2-4.

Brookes, Samuel O.

1984 Everyman's Guide to Projectile Points, Part VI. Mississippi Archaeology

19(2):46-47.

Brookes, Samuel O., and John Connaway

1975 Morrow Mountain Projectile Points. Mississippi Archaeology 10(10):5-8.

Brookes. Samuel O., Bruce J. Gray, Byron Inmon, and Angela Rodrigue.

1974 Greenbriar Projectile Points: A Discussion of Form and Function.

Mississippi Archaeologist 9(8):6-9.

Brookes. Samuel O., Bruce J. Gray, Byron Inmon, and Angela Rodrigue.

1975 Greenbriar Projectile Points: A Discussion of Form and Function.

Archeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 30(2):97-100

Broster, J.B. and M.R. Norton

1992 Paleoindian Projectile Point Survey in Tennessee: 1988-1992. In

Paleoindian and Early Archaic Period Research in the Lower

Southeast: A South Carolina Perspective , edited by Anderson,

D.G., K.E. Sassaman, and G. Judge, pp. 263-268. Council of South

Carolina Professional Archaeologists, Columbia.

Brown, Chas. E.

1907 The Implement Caches of the Wisconsin Indians. The Wisconsin

Archeologist 6(2):47-70 (Old Series). Wisconsin Archeological

Society, Milwaukee.

Brown, Chas. E.

1921 Angular Barbed Arrow Points. The Wisconsin Archeologist 20(1):18-19

(Old Series). Wisconsin Archeological Society, Milwaukee.

Brown, Chas. E.

1930 "Turkey Tail" Points. The Wisconsin Archeologis t 9(2):99-103.

Wisconsin Archeological Society, Milwaukee.

Brown, Kenneth M.

1993 Four Clovis Points From San Augustine County, Texas. Notes in

Northeast Texas Archaeology No.2.

Brown, Kenneth M.

1995 San Patrice Points Made of Manning Fused Glass. Journal

of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

22(3):10-16.

Brown, Kenneth M., and A.J. Taylor

1989 A Comment on Metal Arrowpoints. Journal of the Southern Texas

Archaeological Association La Tierra 16(4):10-22.

Brown, L.

1979 Fluted Projectile Points in Maryland. Manuscript on file, Division

of Archaeology, Maryland Geological Survey, Baltimore.

Browne, Jim

1940 Projectile Points. American Antiquity 6(3):209-213.

Bryan, Alan L.

1980 The Stemmed Point Tradition. An Early Technological Tradition in

Western North America. In: Anthropological Papers in Memory of Earl H.

Swanson, Jr., ed. L. B. Harten, D. N. Warren, and D. R. Tuhoy,

pp. 77-107. Special Publication of the Idaho Museum of Natural History,

Pocatello.

Bullen, Ripley P.

1951 Certain Small Triangular Arrow Points. Massachusetts Archaeological

Society Bulletin 12(4):64-66.

Bullen, Ripley P.

1962 Suwannee Points in the Simpson Collection. Florida Anthropologist

15(3):83-88.

Bullen, Ripley P.

1968 A Guide to the Identification of Florida Projectile Points. Florida

State Museum, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Bullen, Ripley P.

1968 Beveled Stemmed Points from Tampa Bay. Florida Anthropologist

21(2-3):89-90.

Bullen, Ripley P.

1975 A Guide to the Identification of Florida Projectile Points.

Kendall Books, Gainsville.

Butler, B. Robert

1964 A Recent Early Man Point Find in Southeastern Idaho. Tebiwa 7(1):39-40.

Journal of the Idaho State Museum, Pocatello.

Butler, B. Robert

1967 More Haskett Point Finds From the Type Locality. Tebiwa 10(1):25.

Journal of the Idaho State Museum, Pocatello.

Butler, B. Robert

1970 A Surface Collection From Coyote Flat, Southeastern Oregon.

Tebiwa 13(1):34-58.

Butler, B. Robert

1972 Folsom Points From the Upper Salmon River Valley. Tebiwa 15(1):72.

Journal of the Idaho State Museum, Pocatello.

Butler, B. Robert

1987 An Experimental Method of Chipped Stone Point Classification.

Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 21(1&2):69-73.

Byers, Douglas S.

1942 Fluted Points From Wisconsin. American Antiquity 7(4):400.

Byers, Douglas S.

1954 Bull Brook--A Fluted Point Site in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

American Antiquity 19(4):343-351.

Caine, Christy A.H., and T. Allen Caine

1972 The Clarence Currie Collection from St. Croix State Park, Minnesota.

The Wisconsin Archeologist 53(2):70-75. Wisconsin Archeological

Society, Milwaukee.

Caldwell, W.W.

1956 The Archaeology of Wakemap, a Stratified Site Near The Dalles of the

Columbia. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Dept. of Anthropology.

University of Washington, Seattle.

Callahan, Errett

1979 The Basics of Biface Knapping in the Eastern Fluted Point Tradition:

A Manual for Flintknappers and Lithic Analysts. Archaeology of

Eastern North America 7(1):1-180. Reprinted in 1990 by the Eastern

States Archeological Federation.

Cambron, James W.

1957 Some Early Projectile Point Types From the Tennessee Valley.

Journal of Alabama Archaeology 3(2):17-19.

Cambron, James W.

1958 Some Early Projectile Point Types From the Tennessee Valley, Part III.

Journal of Alabama Archaeology 4(1):129-131.

Cambron, James W., and David C. Hulse

1961 A Comparative Study of Some Unfinished Fluted Points and Channel

Flakes from the Tennessee Valley. Journal of Alabama Archaeology

7(2):88-105.

Cambron, James W., and David C. Hulse

1964 Part I Point Types. Handbook Of Alabama Archaeology . Published by the

Archaeological Research Association of Alabama, Inc.

Campbell, Robert, and Eduardo Mimiaga

1972 An Attempt to determine Diagnostics Attributes of Points For Horizons

and Regions. Transactions of the Seventh Regional Archeological

Symposium For Southeastern New Mexico and Western Texas, pp. 89-100.

Campbell, Robert G., and Dwight Weeks

1974 A Preliminary Attempt to Devise Local Projectile Point Chronologies

in the Southern Plains. Transactions of the Ninth Regional Archeological

Symposium For Southeastern New Mexico and Western Texas, pp. 9-19.

Carroll, William B.

1978 Notes on Two Obsidian Paleo-Indian Points from Val Veerde County,

Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas Archeological Association

La Tierra 5(3):15-16.

Carroll, William B.

1983 Committees and Point Type Classification: A Reply to Hester.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

10(3):43.

Chandler, C.K.

1982 Paleo-Indian Projectile Points From San Patricio County, Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archeological Association La Tierra

9(3):26-33.

Chandler, C. K.

1983 Notes on Some Bell Points From San Patricio County, Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archeological Association La Tierra

10(3):7-10.

Chandler, C.K.

1983 Paleo-Indian Projectile Points from Kendall County, Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

10(4):36-38.

Chandler, C.K.

1984 Two Metal Projectile Points From Central Texas. Journal of

the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 11(3):13-16.

Chandler, C.K.

1986 Notes on a Metal Projectile Point From Bexar County, Southcentral

Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association

La Tierra 13(3):28-31.

Chandler, C.K.

1989 Paleo-Indian Artifacts From the Dan Baker Site (41 CM 104).

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

16(1):7-13.

Chandler, C.K.

1989 Paleo-Indian Projectile Points From Kendall County: The George S.

Meyer Collection. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological

Association La Tierra 16(3):29-37.

Chandler, C.K.

1989 A Metal Arrow Point From Terrell County, Texas. Journal of the

Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 16(4):23-24.

Chandler, C.K.

1990 Clovis Points From Comanche and Falls Counties, Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

17(1):26-28.

Chandler, C.K.

1990 A Folsom Point From Bexar County, Texas. Journal of the Southern

Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 17(2):12-13.

Chandler, C.K.

1990 A Clovis Point From Kendall County, Texas. Journal of the Southern

Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 17(2):31-32.

Chandler, C.K.

1993 Metal Projectile Points From Medina County, Texas. Journal of the

Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 20(4):29-32.

Chandler, C.K.

1994 Paleo-Indian Projectile Points From the Olmos Basin in San Antonio,

Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association

La Tierra 21(1):11-19.

Chandler, C.K.

1994 Paleoindian Projectile Points From Ellis County, North-Central

Texas. The Cache 2:61-68. Texas Archaeological Stewardship Network,

Office of the State Archaeologist, Texas Historical Commission.

Chandler, C.K.

1996 Clovis Points From Kendall, Tom Green and Walker Counties, Texas.

La Tierra 23(3):18-20.

Chandler, C.K.

1997 Folsom Points From Llano and Midland Counties, Texas. La Tierra 24(1):42-44

Chandler, C.K.

1997 A Complete Folsom Point From Wilson County, South Texas

La Tierra 24(1):45-46.

Chandler, C.K.

1997 Large Thin Bifaces From Wilson County, South Texas. La Tierra 24(2):38-41.

Chandler, C.K.

1997 Clovis Points from Bexar and Wilson Counties, South Texas. Journal of the

Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 24(3):47-50.

Chandler, C.K., Florence Knolle, and Mary Margaret Knolle

1983 Paleo-Indian Projectile Points From Jim Wells and Nueces Counties,

Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association

La Tierra 10(2):23-27.

Chandler, C.K., and Kay Hindes

1993 Scottsbluff Points From Atascosa, Frio and McMullen Counties,

South-Central Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological

Association La Tierra 20(1):31-36

Chandler, C.K., and Kay Hindes

1995 Folsom Points From Atascosa, Frio, Live Oak, and, McMullen

Counties, South-Central Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas

Archaeological Association La Tierra 22(3):4-9.

Chandler, C.K., and Don Kumpe

1993 Stemmed Points With Massive Barbs From the Lower Rio Grande Valley.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

20(3):26-28.

Chandler, C.K., and Don Kumpe

1994 Folsom Points From Deep South and Southwest Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

21(3):6-9.

Chandler, C.K., and Don Kumpe

1997 Early Paleo Points From the Falcon Lake Area of Tamaulipis, Mexico and

South Texas. La Tierra 24(1):51-54.

Chandler, C.K., and Don Kumpe

1997 Metal Arrow Points From South Texas and Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

24(4):38-41.

Chandler, C. K., and Dwain Rogers

1995 Clovis Points From Montgomery and Brazoria Counties in

Southeastern Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological

Association La Tierra 22(4):12-14.

Chandler, C.K., and Dwain Rogers

1997 A Clovis Point From Harris County, Southeast texas. La Tierra 24(3):34-35.

Chandler, C.K., and Burnley Duke Smith

1994 A Folsom Point From Tarrant County, North Central Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

21(3):38-39.

Chapman, Carl H.

1975 Appendix II: Selected Types of Projectile Points and Knives from

Early Periods in Missouri, pages 239-258. In The Archaeology of

Missouri. University of Missouri Press, Columbia.

Chapman, Carl H.

1980 Appendix III: Selected Types of Projectile Points and Knives from

the Woodland and Mississippi Periods in Missouri, pp. 305-313. In

The Archaeology of Missouri II, University of Missouri Press, Columbia.

Chapman, Jefferson

1975 The Rose Island Site and the Bifurcate Point Tradition.

University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology Report of

Investigations No.14.

Choquette, Wayne

1987 Typological Visibility and the Stemmed Point Tradition. Paper

presented at the Canadian Archaeological Association Conference,

Calgary, Alberta. 25 April, 1987.

Christenson, Andrew L.

1987 Projectile Points: Eight Millennia of Projectile Change on the

Colorado Plateau. IN: Prehistoric Stone Technology on Northern Black

Mesa, Arizona, by William J. Parry and A.L. Christenson, pp. 143-198.

Center for Archaeological Investigations Occasional Paper 12. Southern

Illinois University, Carbondale.

Clark, D. J.

1979 An Impact Burin On a Bondi Point From Hoods Drift, South Australia.

The Artefact 4:68-72.

Clark, D.W.

1984 Northern Fluted Points: Paleo-Eskimo, Paleo-Artic, or Paleo-Indian?

Canadian Journal of Anthropology 4:65-81.

Clark, Donald W., and A McFadyen Clark

1975 Fluted Points From the Batza Tena Obsidian Source on the Koyukuk River

Region, Alaska. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska

17(2):31-38.

Clark, Donal W.

1991 The Northern (Alaska-Yukon) Fluted Points. In: Clovis: Origins and

Adaptations, edited by R. Bonnichsen and K.L. Turnmire, pp. 35-48.

Peopleing of the Americas Publications, Center for the Study of the

First Americans, Oregon State University, Corvallis.

Clark, J. D.

1975-77 Interpretations of Prehistoric Technology, from Ancient Egyptian

and Other Sources, Part 1: Prehistoric Arrow Forms in Africa as

Shown by Surviving examples of the Traditional Arrow of the San

Bushman. Paleorient 3:127-150.

Clark, J.D., J.L. Phillips, and P.S. Staley

1976 Interpretations of Prehistoric Technology, From Ancient Egyptian

and Other Sources, Part 1: Ancient Egyptian Bows and Arrows and

Their Relevance for African Prehistory. Paleorient 2:323-388.

Clewlow, C. William, Jr.

1967 Time and Space Relations of Some Great Basin Projectile Point Types.

Reports of the University of California Archaeological Survey

70:141-149.

Clewlow, C. W., Jr.

1968 Projectile Points From Lovelock Cave, Nevada. Papers on Great Basin

Prehistory. University of California Archaeological Survey Reports

71:89-101.

Clist, B.

1985 Contribution a une esquisse fonctionnelle et stylistique de

l'equipment de jet au Neolithique en Europe occidentale, Amphora

41:2-19.

Cloud, Ron

1969 Cache River Side-Notched Points. Central States Archeological Journal

16(3):118-119.

Coe, Michael D.

1960 A Fluted Point From Highland Guatemala. American Antiquity

25(3):412-413.

Collins, Michael B., and Karen S. Collins

1990 A Metal Arrowpoint Found Embedded in the Moore-Hancock Log House.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

17(3):13-19.

Converse, Robert N.

1973 Ohio Flint Types. A Special Publication of the Archaeological

Society of Ohio. Originally published as Volume 13(4):77-120, of the

Ohio Archaeologist. Revised in 1966, and again for this publication.

{subjective and outdated (nb. "flint" = arrowhead in Ohio)}

Cook, T.G.

1976 Koster: An Artifact Analysis of Two Archaic Phases in Westcentral

Illinois. Northwestern Archeological Program, Prehistoric Records 1,

and Koster Research Report 3.

Cook, Thomas Genn

1976 Broadpoint: Culture, Phase, Horizon, Tradition, or Knife.

Journal of Anthropological Research 32:337-357.

Cooper, B.

1974 A Fluted Point From McMullen County, Texas. Journal of the Southern

Texas Archeological Association La Tierra 1(3):18.

Cooper, Peter P.

1970 Rowan Points. Central States Archaeological Journal 17(3):112-115.

Copeland, J.M. and R.E. Fike

1988 Fluted Projectile Points in Utah. Utah Archaeology 1:5-28.

Corliss, David W.

1972 Neck Width of Projectile Points: An Index of Culture Continuity and

Change. Occasional Papers of the Idaho State University Museum No.29.

Pocatello.

Cornelissen, E.

1988 A Study of Flint Arrowheads of the Provinces of Brabant and Limburg

(Belgium). Helinium 28(2):192-222.

Cox, Kim A., and Herman A. Smith

1991 Perdiz Point Damage Analysis. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological

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Judd, Sharon J.

1978 Characteristic Projectile Point Attributes in Time and Space in North

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Judge, W. James

1974 Projectile Point Form and Function in Late Paleo-Indian Period

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1988 Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Midcontinental and Eastern

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Kehoe, Thomas F., and Bruce A. McCorquodale

1961 The Avonlea Point - Horizon Marker for the Northwest Plains.

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Kehoe, Thomas F.

1963 Avonlea Point. Saskatchewan Archaeology Newsletter 1:5-6. Regina.

Kehoe, Thomas F.

1966 The Distribution and Implications of Fluted Points in Saskatchewan.

American Antiquity 31(4):530-539.

Kehoe, Thomas F.

1966 The Small Side-Notched Point System of the Northern Plains.

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Kehoe, Thomas F.

1974 The Large Corner-Notched Point System of the Northern Plains and

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1979 Gower Projectile Points? Journal of the Southern Texas Archeological

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Kelly, Thomas C.

1982 Criteria For Classification of Plainview and Golondrina Points.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

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1983 The BARBER Paleo-Indian Point. Journal of the Southern Texas

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Kelly, Thomas C.

1990 The La Vernia Folsom Point, Wilson County, Texas. Journal of the

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Kennedy, Stephen, and Wei-Hsiun Lin

1988 A Fractal Technique for the Classification of Projectile Point Shapes.

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Kidd, Kenneth E.

1951 Fluted Points in Ontario. American Antiquity 16(3):260.

Kneberg, Madeline

1956 Some Important Projectile Point Types Found In The Tennessee Area.

Tennessee Archaeologist 12(1):17-28.

Kneberg, Madeline

1957 Chipped Stone Artifacts of the Tennessee Valley Area. Tennessee

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Knepper, Dennis

1995 The Lobate Point In Northern Virginia: Comparative Morphological

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Knight, George C., and James D. Keyser

1983 A Mathematical Technique for Dating Projectile Points Common to the

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Knudson, Ruthann

1995 The San Jon Points and Paleoindian Typology. Plains

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Koldehoff, B., and S. Titus

A Burlington Chert Fluted Point From Union County, Illinois.

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Krieger, Alex D.

1946 Culture Complexes and Chronology in Northern Texas. University

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Krieger, Alex D.

1947 Certain Projectile Points of the Early American Hunters.

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Kreiger, Alex D.

1954 A Comment on "Fluted Point Relationships" by John Witthoft.

American Antiquity 19:273-275.

Krone, Milton F.

1975 A Report on Folsom Points Found in the El Paso Area. The Artifact

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Krone, Milton F.

1976 The Alumada Point, a Projectile Point from Northern Chihuahua,

Mexico. The Artifact 14(2):41-43. El Paso Archaeological Society.

LaLande, Jeff, and John Fagan

1982 Possible Clovis Point Find--Butte Falls. Current Archaeological

Happenings in Oregon 7(1):10.

Land, Doug

1994 Dalton, A Closer Look. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological

Association La Tierra 21(3):10-13.

Land, Howard D.

1983 Early Barbed Points From Hayes County, Texas. Journal of the Southern

Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra 10(4):2-9.

Lanning, Edward P.

1963 Archaeology of the Rose Spring Site, INY-372 . University of California

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Lantz, S.W.

1984 Distribution of Paleo-Indian Projectile Points and Tools from

Western Pennsylvania: Implications for Regional Differences.

Archaeology of Eastern North America 12:210-230.

Lantz, Stanley W.

1989 Age, Distribution. and Cultural Affiliation of Raccoon Notched

Point Varieties in Western Pennsylvania and Western New York. Edited by

Verna L. Cowin. Bulletin of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

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Pittsburgh, PA 15213. ($10) {very specialized and subjective}

Largent, Floyd B., Jr.

1995 Some New Additions to the Texas Folsom Point Database.

Plains Anthropologist 40(151):69-71.

Largent, Floyd B., Jr., and Elinore Stewart

1989 A Folsom Point From Live Oak County, Texas. Journal of the Southern

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Largent, Floyd B., Jr., Michael R. Waters, and David L. Carlson

1991 The Spatiotemporal Distribution and Characteristics of Folsom

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Layton, Thomas N.

1972 Lithic Chronology in the Fort Rock Valley, Oregon. Journal of the Idaho

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Lekson, Stephen H.

1980 Preliminary Notes on BMIII to PIII Projectile Points of Chaco

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Leonhardy, Frank C., and David G. Rice

1970 A Proposed Culture Typology for the Lower Snake River Region,

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Lepper, B.T.

1983 Fluted Point Distributional Patterns in the Eastern United States:

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Leslie, Robert

1978 Projectile Point Types and Sequences of the Eastern Jornada-Mogollon

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Lewis, Tom M.N.

1954 The Cumberland Point. Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological

Society 2:7-8.

Lewis, Tom M.N.

1955 The Hamilton and Eva Type Points of Tennessee. Bulletin of

the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 3:69-70.

Lewis, Tom M.N.

1956 Fluted Points From Chickamauga Lake Area. Tennessee Archaeologist

12(1).

Lewis, Tom M.N.

1960 Projectile Point Photography. Tennessee Archaeologist 16(1).

Lewis, Tom M.N.

1961 Guntersville Lake Points. Tennessee Archaeologist 17(1):42-43.

Lewis, Tom M.N., and Madeline Kneberg

1951 Early Projectile Point Forms, and Examples from Tennessee.

Tennessee Archaeologist 7:6-19.

Lewis, Tom M.N., and Madeline Kneberg

1952 Bifurcated Points. Tennessee Archaeologist 8(2):60-61.

Lister, Robert H.

1953 The Stemmed, Indented Base Point, a Possible Horizon Marker.

American Antiquity 18(3):264-265.

Lobdell, J.E.

1974 The Scoggin Site: A Study in McKean Typology. Plains Anthropologist

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Lohse, E.S.

1984 Rufus Woods Lake Projectile Point Chronology. In Summary of Results,

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Lorenzo, J. L.

1953 A Fluted Point From Durango, Mexico. American Antiquity

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Loy, Thomas H., and E. James Dixon

1998 Blood Residues on Fluted Points From Eastern Beringia.

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Luchterhand, Kubet

1970 Early Archaic Projectile Points and Hunting Patterns in the Lower

Illinois Valley. Illinois Archaeological Survey Monograph 2. Urbana.

MacCord, Howard R., Sr. and William Jack Hranicky

1979 A Basic Guide to Virginia Prehistoric Projectile Points. Special

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McAvoy, Jospeh L.

1968 Virginia Clovis Point Data: A Comparison. The Chesopiean 7(2):48.

McCary, Ben C.

1947 A Survey and Study of Folsom-like Points Found in Virginia.

Archeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 2(1):

McCary, Ben C.

1947 Report on Additional Virginia-Folsom Points. Archeological Society of

Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 2(2).

McCary, Ben C.

1948 A Report on the Folsom-like Points Found in Granville County, North

Carolina. Archeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 3(1):

McCary, Ben C.

1948 Report on Additional Virginia Folsom Points, Numbers 137-141.

Archeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 4(1).

McCary, Ben C.

1949 Survey of Virginia Folsom Points, Numbers 142-161. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 4(1).

McCary, Ben C.

1952 Survey of Virginia-Folsom Points, Numbers 173-219. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 6(4).

McCary, Ben C.

1953 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 220-225. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 7(3).

McCary, Ben C.

1954 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 226-231. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 8(3).

McCary, Ben C.

1956 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 232-263. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 10(3).

McCary, Ben C.

1956 A Fluted Point from Rockbridge County, Virginia. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 10(4).

McCary, Ben C.

1958 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Nos. 265-281. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 13(1):

McCary, Ben C.

1961 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 281-293. Archeological

Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 15:27-30

McCary, Ben C.

1963 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 294-314. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1965 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 315-347. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1968 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 348-384. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1972 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 385-420. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1974 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 421-468. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1976 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Numbers 469-507. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1984 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points. Archeological Society of Virginia

Special Publication 12.

McCary, Ben C.

1985 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Nos. 707-732. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1987 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points, Nos. 771-800. Archeological

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McCary, Ben C.

1991 Survey of Virginia Fluted Points. Archeological Society of

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McConaughly, M.A., J.D. Applegarth, and D.J. Faingnaert

1977 Fluted Point From Slippery Rock Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania

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McGahey, Samuel O.

1974 Projectile Point Type? Mississippi Archaeologis t 9(3):10-11.

McGahey, Samuel O.

1975 Projectile Points from Hinds County. Mississippi Archaeology

10(6):2-3.

McGahey, Samuel O.

1981 The Coldwater and Related Late Paleo Indian Projectile Points.

Mississippi Archaeology 16(2):39-51

McGahey, Samuel O.

1984 A Case of Mistaken Identity. Mississippi Archaeology 19(2):3-7.

McKay, R., and D. Sanger

1972 From the Archaeology Lab: Instructions for Point Attribute

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McNeill, Wilfred T.

1963 Three New Florida Projectile Point Types Believed to be Early.

Florida Anthropologist 14(4).

McReynolds, Richard L.

1982 An Iron Projectile Point from Gillespie County, Texas. Journal

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McReynolds, Richard

1993 Some Examples of Bandy Points. Journal of the Southern Texas

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Mallouf, Robert J.

1987 Las Haciendas: A Cairn-Burial Assemblage from Northeastern

Chihuahua, Mexico. Office of the State Archeologist Report 35,

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(It deals with intensive analysis of almost 200 Perdiz points

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Mason, Ronald J.

1958 Fluted Point Measurements. American Antiquity 23(3):311-312.

Marshall, Richard A.

1958 The Use of Table Rock Reservoir Projectile Points in Delineation of

Cultural Complexes and Their Distribution. Master's Thesis, Department

of Anthropology, University of Missouri, Columbia. Revised as a report

to the National Park Service, 1960.

Marshall, Richard A.

1963 A Descriptive System for Projectile Points. Missouri Archaeological

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Mayer-Oakes, William J.

1965 El Inga Projectile Points - Surfaces Collections. American

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Mayer-Oakes, William J.

1996 South American Paleo-Indian Projectile Points.

Lithic Technology 21(2):

Mehringer, Peter J., Jr.

1988 Clovis Cache Found: Weapons of Ancient Americans. National

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Meighan, Clement W.

1981 The Little Lake Site, Pinto Points, and Obsidian Dating in the Great

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Meltzer, David J.

1986 The Clovis PaleoIndian Occupation of Texas: Results of the Texas

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Metlzer, David J.

1989 The Texas Clovis Fluted Point Survey: An Update and Request for

For Assistance. Newsletter of the Texas Archeological Society

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Meltzer, David J.

1995 The Texas Clovis Fluted Point Survey-1995. Current Research

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Meserve, F.G., and E.H. Barbour

1932 Association of an Arrow Point with Bison Occidentalis in Nebraska.

University of Nebraska State Museum Bulletin 1:239-242.

Meyer, C.D.

1986 Misapplication of the Langtry Type Name. Missouri Archaeological

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Meyer, David

1979 A Projectile Point of Native Copper founr in Northern Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Archaeology Newsletter 54(3-4):8-13.

Michie, James L.

1965 Fluted Point Types of South Carolina. The Chesopiean 3(5):107-112.

Michie, James L.

1966 The Taylor Point. The Chesopiean 4(5&6):123.

Michie, James L.

1968 The Briar Creek Lanceolate. The Chesopiean 6(3):76-77.

Michie, James L.

1970 The Broad River Point. The Chesopiean 8(1):7-8.

Michie, James L.

1970 The Daw's Island Scraper. The Chesopiean 8(4):85-86.

Michie, Jim

1973 A Functional Interpretation of the Dalton Projectile Point in

South Carolina. South Carolina Antiquities 5(2):24-36.

Mikell, Gregory A.

1989 The Temporal Affiliation and Morphological Characteristics of

Washington Cluster Projectile Points from the Mobile Bay Pipeline

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Miles, Charles

1963 Indian and Eskimo Artifacts of North America . American Legacy Press,

New York. {includes West Coast and Northwest Coastal types}

Minor, Rick

1985 Paleo-Indians in Western Oregon: A Description of Two Fluted

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Minor, Rick

1988 Folsom Points in Oregon: A Reply to Plew and Meatte. Northwest

Anthropological Research Notes 22(1):9-11.

Mitchell, Jim, and Lynn Highly

1982 Notes on a Metal Projectile Point from southern Texas: The Brom Cooper

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Mitchell, J. L., and J. Winsch

1973 A Paleo-Indian Point From South Texas. Ohio Archaeologist 23(2):9.

Mitchell, J.L., and Shirley Van der Veer

1983 Late Prehistoric Projectile Points From the Vicinity of the Dan

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Mitchell, J.L., and C.K. Chandler

1990 Paleo-Indian Artifacts From the Medina River Area of Southern Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

17(3):20-25.

Moe, Jeanne M.

1982 A Folsom Point from the Owyhee Mountains of Southwestern Idaho.

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Montet-White, Anta

1968 The Lithic Industries of the Illinois Valley in the Early Middle

Woodland Period. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan,

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Montet-White, Anta

1974 Significance of Variability in Archaic Point Assemblages. Plains

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Moore, Robert K.

1978 Projectile Point Types of the American Indian . American Indian

Books. American Indian Books & Relics, Box 16175, Huntsville, AL 35802

($3+$3) AIB ($2+$2.50) {booklet; extensive but only silhouettes; incl.

prices}

Moore, Roger A.

1975 An analysis of 59 projectile points from Redrock, New Mexico.

Manuscript, Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee,

Knoxville.

Moore, Roger A.

1981 An Analytical and Stylistic Approach to Typology: The Projectile Point

Sequence at Salmon Ruin, New Mexico. M.A. Thesis, Eastern New Mexico

University, Portales.

Moore, Roger A.

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Moore, William E.

1983 A San Patrice Point from the Gourd Creek Site (41WA83), Walker

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Moore, William E.

1989 An Andice Point From the Fietsam Site (41 FY 52), Fayette County,

Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association

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Morrow, Juliet E.

1995 Clovis Projectile Point Manufacture: A Perspective From The

Ready/Lincoln Hills Site, 11JY46, Jersey County, Illinois.

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Morrow, Juliet E.

1996 The Organization of Clovis Lithic Technology in the Confluence

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(Large portion is devoted to fluted point typology)

Morrow, Juliet E., and Toby A. Morrow

1993 Fluted Point Manufacture at the Ready/Lincoln Hills Site, Jersey

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Morrow, Toby A.

1982 Wolf Creek Serrated: A New Point Type From Eastern Iowa. Iowa

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Morrow, Toby A.

1984 Iowa Projectile Points. Special Publication, Office of the State

Archaeologist, University of Iowa, Iowa City. (available from Office

of the State Archaeologist, 302 East lawn Bldg., University of Iowa,

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Iowa)

Morrow, Toby, A., and J.E. Morrow

1994 Preliminary Fluted Point Survey in Iowa. Current Research

in the Pleistocene 11:47-48.

Morris, Robert C.

1975 A Hardin Point in the Delta. Mississippi Archaeology 50(1):32-40.

Morse, Dan F.

1969 The Schugtown Point. Arkansas Archeological Society Field Notes 59:3-5.

Morse, Dan F.

1970 The Big Creek Point. Central States Archeological Journal 17(1):20-23.

Morse, Dan F.

1971 The Hawkins Cache: A Significant Dalton Find in Northeast Arkansas.

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Morse, Dan F.

1981 The Hickory Ridge Side-Notched Point. Arkansas Archeological Society

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Morse, Dan F.

1993 The Gravier Point: An 18th Century Triangular Point In Northeast

Arkansas. Central States Archaeological Journal 40(3):148-149.

Morse, D., P.Morse, and J. Waggoner. Jr.

1964 Fluted Points From Smith County, Tennessee. Tennessee

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Mounier, R. Alan

1974 Koens-Crispen Points. Archaeological Society of New Jersey Bulletin

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Mulloy, William, and Oscar Lewis

1943 Some Early Types of Points From the Lower Yellowstone Country.

American Antiquity 8(3):298-299.

Munson, Patrick J.

1967 Hardin Barbed Projectile Points: Analysis of a Central Illinois

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Munson, P.J.

1990 Folsom Fluted Projectile Points East of the Great Plains and

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Munson, P.J., and N.L. Downs

1966 A Surface Collection of Truncated Barb and Bifurcated Base Projectile

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Wisconsin Archeological Society, Milwaukee.

Munson, P.J., and N.L. Downs

1968 A Surface Collection of Plan and Paleo-Indian Projectile Points

From Central Illinois. Missouri Archaeologist 30:122-131.

Myers, R. D.

1967 The Folsom Point from the Rising Site, Southeastern Arizona.

The Kiva 32(3):102-105. Tucson.

Myers, Thomas P., and Ray Lambert

1983 Meserve Points: Evidence of a Plains-Ward Extension of the Dalton

Horizon. Plains Anthropologist 28(100):109-114.

Neill, Wilfred T.

1963 Three New Florida Projectile Point Types Believed To Be Early.

Florida Anthropologist 16(4):99-104.

Neill, Wilfred T.

1964 The Association of Suwannee Points and Extinct Animals in Florida.

Florida Anthropologist 17(1):17-32.

Nelson, Charles E.

1969 The Denver Chapter Paleo-Point Project for 1968. Southwestern Lore

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Nelson, Charles E., and David A. Breternitz

1970 The Denver Chapter Paleo-Point Project for 1969. Southwestern Lore

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Nelson, Charles M.

1969 The Sunset Creek Site and its Place in Plateau Prehistory.

Report of Investigations 47. Laboratory of Anthropology, Washington

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Nero, Robert W.

1959 An Agate Basin Point Site in Saskatchewan. The Blue Jay 7(1):10.

Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, Regina.

Nicholson, B.A.

1976 A Study of Projectile Point Typology of the Stott Site (DIMa-1) and

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Nienow, J. L., and R. F. Boszhardt

1997 Chipped Stone Points of Western Wisconsin. Mississippi Valley

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O'Connell, James F.

1967 Elko Eared/Elko Corner-Notched Projectile Points as Time Markers In

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Oliver, Billy L.

1985 Tradition and Typology: Basic Elements of the Carolina Projectile

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Olson, A. P.

1964 An Unfinished Clovis Point from Houck, Arizona. Plateau

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Ortiz, Manuel Robles, and Francisco Manzo Taylor

1972 Clovis Fluted Points from Sonora, Mexico. The Kiva 37(4):199-206.

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1993 The Overstreet Indian Arrowheads Identification and Price Guide.

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Painter, Floyd

1963 The Alamance Projectile Point. The Chesopiean 1(2).

Painter, Floyd

1963 The Dismal Swamp Point. The Chesopiean 1(3):16.

Painter, Floyd

1970 The Cattail Creek Fluting Tradition and Its Complex-Determining

Lithic Debris. Southeastern Archaeology Conference Bulletin 13.

Painter, Floyd

1970 The Nottoway River Projectile Point. The Chesopiean 8(1):21-26.

Painter, Floyd

1978 The Fountain Creek Projectile Point. The Chesopiean 16(1-3):32.

Painter, Floyd

1984 A Search for the Origins of Paleo-Indian Projectile Points: A

Challenge to the Virginia Archaeological Community. Archeological

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Painter, Floyd

1986 Pointed Weapons of Wood, Bone, and Ivory: Survival Tools of

Early Man in North America. Central States Archaeological

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Painter, Floyd

1987 Lithic Projectile Points: Mislocation or Rejection is the Crux of the

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Palmer, Charles, and Harris Palmer

1962 Truncated-Barb Points from North Central Illinois. Wisconsin

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Palmer, Charles, and Harris Palmer

1962 Truncated-Barb Points from Northeastern Illinois. Wisconsin

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Parker, Wayne

1972 Projectile Points From a Sand-Hill Site, Crosby County, Texas.

Central States Archaeological Journal 19(4):176-178.

Parker, Wayne

1983 Preliminary Notes on a CLOVIS Point Associated with Mammoth Tusk

Fragments in Hockley County, Texas. Journal of the Southern Texas

Archaeological Association La Tierra 10(4):31-35.

Parker, Wayne, and Jim Mitchell

1979 Notes on Some Bell Points From a Site in Crosby County, Texas.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association

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Patten, R.

1978 The Denver Series: Point #13 Eden. Flintknappers' Exchange 1(2):18-22.

Patterson, J.C.

1936 The Corner-Tanged Artifacts of Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 3618.

Patterson, Leland W.

1976 The Catahoula Projectile Point: A Distributional Study.

Louisiana Archaeology 3:217-224.

Patterson, Leland W.

1980 The San Patrice Point Type in Southeast Texas. Newsletter of the

Louisiana Archaeological Society 8(1):22-23.

Patterson, L. W.

1980 The Significance of Dart Point Stem Breakage. Bulletin of the Texas

Archeological Society 51:309-316.

Patterson, Leland W.

1985 Distinguishing Between Arrow and Spear Points on the Upper Texas

Coast. Lithic Technology 14:81-89.

Patterson, L.W., and J.B. Sollberger

1990 The Significance of Beveled Edges on Projectile Points.

Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association La Tierra

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Peacock, Evan

1986 A Comparison of Late Woodland, Mississippian, and Protohistoric

Triangular Points From the Central Tombigbee River Drainage.

Journal Of Alabama Archaeology 32(2):108-132.

Peacock, Evan

1986 PP or K? Hafted Knives in Miller III. Mississippi Archaeology

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1972 A New Projectile Point Type from Manitoba. Saskatchewan

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1979 Multivariate Morphometrics Applied to Projectile Points. M.A. Thesis,

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1986 Comments on the Distribution of Folsom Points in Eastern Oregon and

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1985 A Clovis Point From Kerr County. Journal of the Southern Texas

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1970 The Welling Site (33CO2): A Fluted Point Workshop in Coshocton

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1958 Fluted Points and Geochronology of the Lake Michigan Basin.

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1938 Folsomid Point Found In Alluvium Beside a Mammoth's Bones.

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1942 Symposium on the Folsom-Yuma Problem. Science 95(2453):22-23.

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1960 Fluted Points From North Carolina. Ohio Archaeologist 10(1). Norwalk.

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1936 Classification and Description of Arrowheads. Southwestern Lore

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1951 Folsomoid Points in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Archaeologist 32(2):45-48.

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1934 Scientist Describes True Folsom Points. The Literary Digest 118(4):18.

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1979 Outlines and Other Data on West Central Florida Projectile Points.

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1971 The Ashley Point. The Arkansas Archeologist 12(3):50-52.

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1983 The Bascom Blades. Central States Archaeological Journal

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1968 Projectile Points From Hidden Cave (NV-Ch-16), Churchill County,

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1964 The Garza Site: A Neo-American Campsite Near Post, Texas.

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1959 The Yuma - A Symphony in Stone. Central States Archaeological Journal

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1961 A Fluted Point From Jefferson County. Wisconsin Archaeologist

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1940 Folsom and Nepesta Points. American Antiquity 5(4):291-298.

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1974 A Copena Point Cache. Central States Archaeological Journal 21(3):143.

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1951 Some Central Mississippi Valley Projectile Point Types. Mimeographed

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1957 The Diagnostic Point Type of the Nebo Hill Complex. Missouri

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1958 Projectile Points From the Surface Near Great Falls, Montana.

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1959 Clovis-Like Points from Nevada. Masterkey 33:30-32. Southwest Museum,

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1948 Folsom-like Points from Florida. Florida Anthropologist 1(1-2):11-15.

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1965 A New Method of Projectile Point Classification and Site Survey,

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1953 Broad Spear Points and the Transitional Period Cultures in

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1968 Flint Arrowheads From the Eskimo of Northwestern Alaska.

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1981 A Fluted Point From the Muskegon Valley. Michigan Archaeologist

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1983 Besant Projectile Points From the Antonsen Site (24GA660), Gallatin

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1978 A Functional Analysis of "Projectile Points" from Yellowjacket

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APPENDIX A

(Projectile Point information available on the internet)

1. http://members.aol.com/artgumbus/lithic.html

Lithics-Net. You can find or connect to dang near anything

on lithics here.

2. http://www.hf.uio.no/iakn/roger/lithic/sarc.html

SARC - Stone Age Reference Collection

3. http://www.uwlax.edu/Colleges/mvac/point/pointgde.htm

Chipped Stone Projectile Points of Western Wisconsin

Mississippi Valley Archaeological Center (MVAC)

4. http://www.umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/anthropology/Manitoba/overview.html

Overview of Manitoba Culture History

5. http://spirit.lib.uconn.edu/ArchNet/Topical/Lithic/Tools/tools.html

New England Lithic Tool Types

6. http://pages.prodigy.com/XNWJ95A/

Projectile Points of the North Carolina Piedmont

7. http://wvlc.wvnet.edu/wvarl/arcpthp.html

West Virginia Point Type Virtual Catalog

8. http://www.lib.uconn.edu/NELD/

Northeast Lithic Sourcing Database Workgroup (NELD)

concentrates on stone type sources rather than projectiles.

9. http://members.aol.com/artgumbus/mycollec.html

Electronic images of a wide variety of diagnostic point types

10.http://www.cast.uark.edu/other/nps/maplib/USfluteddens.html

North American Fluted Point Densities (map)

11.http://wings.buffalo.edu/anthropology/Documents/pointbib.html

or http://archaeology.miningco.com/blsmokebib.htm

or http://www.mtsu.edu/~kesmith/TNARCHNET/Pubs/pointbib.html

For this bibliography on Projectile Points.

Any comments or suggestions may be sent to:

Smoke (Michael A.) Pfeiffer

USDA Forest Service

Ozark-St. Francis National Forests

605 West Main Street

Russellville, AR 72801-3614

(501) 968-2354 Ext.233 e-mail: mpfeiffe/r8_ozark@fs.fed.us

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I would like to thank the following individuals for their help in this little compilation exercise (especially Hugh): Bill Adams (Adams & Associates, OR), Samuel O. Brookes (National Forests in Mississippi), C.K. Chandler (San Antonio), Alan Dorian (Kisatchie National Forest, LA), Meeks Etchieson (Ouachita National Forest, AR), Keith Doms (University of Delaware), Jack D. Holland (Buffalo Museum of Science Lithic Laboratory), Hugh Jarvis (University at Buffalo, SUNY, N.Y.), Roger Moore (Moore Anthropological Research, NM), Juliet Morrow (Iowa Office of State Archaeologist), Dan F. Morse (Arkansas Archeological Survey), Tim Rast (Memorial University of Newfoundland), Andrea Repp (National Forests in Florida), and Jack Stewart (Arkansas Archeological Survey). My special thanks to InfoSouth (A Southern Forestry Information Service) at the Science Library of the University of Georgia at Athens. Their expertise at obtaining both common and obscure references has helped to both build this bibliography and correct slight inaccuracies incurred from published bibliographies or references cited sections.

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