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  • Crowfield

    Crowfield is a very rare form of Late Paleo fluted point found in the Northeastern states into Canada. The type site is in Ontario, Canada.
    Crowfield points expand sharply from the base and are usually widest above the mid point. They are usually very thin, and display multiple flutes. Many are fluted only on one face.
    Here is a description from a site describing examples from Ontario, Canada:
    http://www.ssc.uwo.ca/assoc/oas/points/crow.html
    Drawings of Crowfield points from the Crowfield Site:
    http://www.nps.gov/archeology/pubs/nhleam/figure07.htm
    This example is from upstate New York, has one ear restored, and is from the collection of arrowheads.com member south fork:


    Rhode Island
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