ARCHAIC PROJECTILE POINT TYPOLOGY
IN THE NORTH AMERICAN SOUTHWEST
Sponsored by the Maxwell Museum, University of New Mexico, the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, and the Conference on the Archaic Prehistory of the North American Southwest
RESULTS OF THE ARCHAIC PROJECTILE POINT SURVEY
Stratigraphic position of selected projectile point forms from Ventana Cave, southern Arizona (Haury 1950:290)
Middle Archaic points from the midden at Ventana Cave (Haury 1950:278).
Late Archaic forms from the Cienega Creek Site (AZ W:10:112 ASM), length of q=8.4 cm. From Haury (1957: Figure 14). Metric analysis and source provenance of obsidian specimens in Shackley (1990:307-318).
Late Archaic San Pedro forms from White Tanks, Tank Mountains, Yuma County, Arizona (Shackley 1996).
A metric scheme for Southwest Archaic projectile points (From Shackley 1990; Wills 1988).
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