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Washita

Associated Dates: 800 – 400 Y.B.P.

General Description: may have deep serrations or notches above shoulders; base straight to concave

  

WASHITA POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (198 images: 99 source images/99 thumbnails)

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ABOVE: WASH01 AND WASH02: Washita point; Arkansas River, Kay Co., Oklahoma; 1.5 inches (37.5mm). Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

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ABOVE: WASH03 AND WASH04: Washita point; Arkansas River, Kay Co., Oklahoma; 1.5 inches (37.5mm); first of four views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASH05: third of four views of Washita point described above in frame #03. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASH05: third of four views of Washita point described above in frame #03. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot comfirst of four views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

  

ABOVE: WASH07 AND WASH08: Washita point; Oklahoma; Kay County chert with amazing fossil inclusions; first of five views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASH09: third of five views of Washita point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASH10: fourth of five views of Washita point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASH11: fifth of five views of Washita point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

  

ABOVE, LEFT: WASH12: Washita point from an Antelope Creek Phase site in Hutchinson Co., Texas
ABOVE, RIGHT: WASH13: Washita point from Lynn Co., Texas

    

ABOVE, LEFT: WASH14: Washita point; Lynn Co., Texas
ABOVE, MIDDLE: WASH15: Washita point from Crane Co., Texas
ABOVE, RIGHT: WASH16: Washita point; LeFlore Co., Oklahoma; 1.04 inches (26mm)

  

ABOVE, LEFT: WASH17: Washita points; Kansas

ABOVE: WASH18: Washita point; Kansas

ABOVE: WASH19: Washita point; western Oklahoma; 1.25 inches (31.25mm); Alibates; first of two views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASH20: second of two views of Washita point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com




Washita Peno

Associated Dates:800 400 Y.B.P.

General Description: may have deep serrations or notches above shoulders; base straight to concave

  

WASHITA POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (198 images: 99 source images/99 thumbnails)

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ABOVE: WASH01 AND WASH02: Washita point; Arkansas River, Kay Co., Oklahoma; 1.5 inches (37.5mm). Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASHPEN03: Washita Peno point; near Dumas, Texas; 0.75 inch (19mm); Alibates flint; first of two views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASHPEN04: second of two views of Washita Peno point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASHPEN05: Washita Peno point, off a flake; near Dumas, Texas; 0.875 inch (22.2mm); first of two views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WASHPEN06: second of two views of Washita Peno point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

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