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These four side notched arrow points were recovered during excavations at 1983 Kansas Archeology Training Program at the Crandall site. The Crandall site is a Late Ceramic period camp site in Rice County occupied by Great Bend aspect (protohistoric Wichita) peoples. The three arrow points on the top row are often called Washita points, identified as having hafting notches that are generally high on the blade. The one on the bottom is called a Harrell point, identified by their side and base notches, and is manufactured on Alibates chert from the Texas panhandle.

Date: 1500 CE-1800

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Side Notched Arrow Points from the Crandall Site, 14RC420 - 1

Item Number: 447438
Call Number: 14RC420
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 447438

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