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  • Squibnocket Stemmed

    This is a Late Archaic point style named after Squibnocket Pond on Martha's Vineyard where New York State archaeologist first excavated the type in a datable context. They are narrow, thick spike shaped points. They may show very slight shoulders or no shoulders at all, with a sharply tapered stem. In New England, they are almost always made of quartz.
    Here is Ritchie's description:
    http://collections.nysm.nysed.gov/pr...t_stemmed.html
    Typical examples from coastal sites in southern New England:

    Good example found by Jay Langlais on Narragansett Bay:

    Fine example from Newport Co., RI:
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    Reference used:
    A Typology of Native American Projectile Points from Southern New England(2008) by Jeff Boudreau
    Rhode Island

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    Very large G-10 Squibnocket Stemmed from eastern Ct.

    Rhode Island

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