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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100455

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I stopped by Jacks to see if he had anything new . And he was working on some Great basin frames . The first one left to right a Northern Side Notched - Cascade - Haskett - Cordilleran - High Desert Knife ? . And the point in my hand is a Cascade Shouldered ? but looks lake Mohave or cougar mountain to me ? And some Apple Hill Bird Points .
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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100456

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woowee :cheer: , impressive!
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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100459

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awesome stuff! great displays!
call me Jay, i live in R.I.
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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100466

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Wow is right! What is the age of the Cascade shouldered/Mohave/Cougar Mntn.? Look a lot like our Adena's.
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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100483

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gregszybala wrote:
Wow is right! What is the age of the Cascade shouldered/Mohave/Cougar Mntn.? Look a lot like our Adena's.
That first group are all Early Archaic I think . Except for the Haskett which is late paleo .
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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100484

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south fork wrote:
That first group are all Early Archaic I think . Except for the Haskett which is late paleo .

Very nice collection. The Apple Hill stuff is amazing!

FWIW, Hasketts have a wide age range. They pre-date Clovis by about 1,000 years at Paisley Caves (14,290 BP c-14 date from human coprolites found with a couple of broken Hasketts deep in the cave) into the late paleo at Sentinal Gap and other sites.

Clovis probably only existed for a couple hundred years, Folsom probably even less. Some of these thick bodied points as Tony Baker called them, were around for a couple thousand years (which is an interest contrast to fluted points.)
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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100487

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Wow and Wow again. Those are some great displays. Thanks for the look.
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Great Basin Eye Candy 1 year 6 months ago #100520

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really love the way those r displayed ,,, and what a awesome collection
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