Sunday, November 03, 2019

Reader Joshua H. writes:

I recently found a hardaway dalton triangle and I identified it by the fact it's 100% fluted.  The other triangle I found is an alamance and both are paleo most likely around 10,000 years old.  Both found at Point Judith  Pond this summer

2 comments :

pwax said...

Really nice. Does anyone recognize the green material?

CURTISS HOFFMAN said...

I agree that the first one is probably a Hardaway-Dalton - it looks like a green quartz, or chrysoprase. Not sure of the source of this, but it could have come down in the glacial drift. The second point is more likely a Late Woodland Levanna Triangle - note the trilateral symmetry which is characteristic of those points.