Flint Projectiles and Knives
Three fine Ohio Paleo points. The 3 inch Cumberland on the left was originally owned by Dr. Stanley Copeland. It is made from Onondaga flint, which outcrops in New York. The 4 1A inch Clovis in the middle is made from a high grade of Dover flint. The Clovis on the far right is 3 5/8 inches in length and made from a variety of Flint Ridge.
Above: Both sides of an interesting 4 1/4 inch long fluted Clovis knife. This was found in an Ohio field by Larry Garvin and his son Chance on May 15th, 2001.
Top Row- Folsom, Marshall Co.; Dalton, Pontotoc Co., Frisco; Cody Knife, Marsall Co., Woodford; Plainview, Tulsa Co., Boone; Milnesand, Tulsa Co. Second Row- Plainview, Washita Co., Alibates; Holland, Washita Co., Alibates; Red River Knife, Tulsa Co., Boone; Plainview, Caddo Co., Tecovas; Scottsbluff, Marshall Co., Edwards Bottom Row-Allen, Kay Co.; Mahafey, Haskell Co.; Clovis, McCurtain Co.; Midland, Kay Co.; San Patrice, Caddo Co.
Above: Two Clovis points personally found in Tennessee by Steven Jordan. The point on the left was found in 1993 in Houston County and measures 4 1/8 inches. The point on the right was found in 1996 in Davidson County and shows evidence of three multiple flutes on one side. With this point was some wood that was carbon dated to 11,600B.P.
Above: Clovis point found by William E. (Bill) Pope in a tobacco field in Orange County, North Carolina near the town of Cedar Grove. The point was given to his grandson, Barry L. Pope, in 1964 and was the first point in his collection. It is made from a molted gray flint and is 1 7/8 inches long.Barry Pope Collection, Cary North Carolina
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