A small, slender, triangular, corner removed arrow point that has a straight to slightly expanded stem. The blade is triangular, having straight, slightly concave or slightly convex edges, some which are lightly serrated. Shoulders are narrow and angular to barbed. Basal edges of stems may be straight to slightly convex or rounded. This point was named by Douglass Osborne, Alan Bryan, and Robert H. Crabtree for examples found in the McNary Reservoir on the
Age and Culture : A product of late Cultures, it dates from late prehistoric times to early historic times.
: Primarily along the Columbia River and it's tributaries in
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