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These three Harrell arrow points were recovered from the Hallman village site (14HP524) in Harper County during excavations in 1988. The site dates to the Bluff Creek complex during the Middle Ceramic period and it's people practiced a mixed economy of hunting, gathering, and some horticulture. Archeologists identify Harrell points by their single side and base notches. The two pinkish arrow points were heat-treated prior to thier completion in order to make a better knappable chert.

Date: 1100 CE-1300 CE

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Item Number: 309537
Call Number: 14HP524-100-51; 14HP524-382-1; 14HP524-454-1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 309537

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