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Figure 5. Fluted Point Forms in the Northeast

a. Fluted point from the Lamb site (from J. Morrow 1996:378, Fig. 35, illustrated by Toby Morrow from artifact cast).

(illustration) The front and back detail of a fluted point from the Lamb site, approximately 10cm in length

b. Fluted points from the Bull Brook site (from J. Morrow 1996:376, Fig. 33, drawn by Toby Morrow from Wormington 1957:Figs. 23 and 24).

(illustration) Detail of six fluted points from the Bull Brook site, ranging in length from about 5cm to about  10cm

c. Bull Brook-like fluted point recovered at Jefferson IV site, New Hampshire. Drawn by Daniel Boisvert from the original.

(illustration) The front and back detail of a Bull Brook-like fluted point recovered at Jefferson IV site, New Hampshire

d. Vail points from the type site, drawn from photos in R.M. Gramly 1982, The Vail Site: A Palaeo-Indian encampment in Maine. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, vol. 30, p. 101 item a, p. 113 item c. Adapted with permission from the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences.

(illustration) Detail of two Vail points from the type site

e. Barnes-like fluted point from Intervale, New Hampshire. Drawn by Daniel Boisvert from Smithsonian Institution cast of specimen.

(illustration) Detail of a Barnes-like fluted point from Intervale, New Hampshire

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