Palmer The name Palmer was originally given to a point type found at the Hardaway site in North Carolina. Numerous Palmer points have been fund at Fort Bragg.
These points are small corner-notched projectiles with straight bases and serrated edges. Big Sandy Big Sandy points are long, slender points with small, shallow side notches.
These people showed up in North America roughly 13,000 years ago.
They were named for their distinctive stone tools, found near Clovis, N. But evidence has been mounting that the Clovis were not the first North Americans.
These projectiles are medium to large lanceolate-shaped points with fluted bases. Suwanee Suwanee points are long, lanceolate-shaped projectile points with a slight narrowing near the base.
The body of the point narrows in just above the concave base. They are rarely fluted and range in size from 3 to 5 inches. Quad The Quad site for which this point is named is located in Limestone County, Alabama. Quad points date from 8500 BC to 7900 BC Hardaway Side Notched Hardaway points are named after the Hardaway site located on a hilltop overlooking Badin Lake in Stanly County, North Carolina.
The base is usually ground and the edges can be serrated.
They range in length from 1 to just under 2 inches and date from 8000 BC to 6000 BC.
Quad points are medium-sized, broad, lanceolate-shaped projectiles. This is a small, broad, triangular-shaped point with a thin blade, notched sides, and a concave base.
They range in length from just under 1 inch to 1.5 inches. Dalton Dalton points also were found at the Hardaway site.
Kirk Corner-Notched Kirk corner-notched points are triangular projectiles with serrated edges, notched corners, and straight bases.