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Wheeler Excurvate

Associated Dates: 10000 – 8000 Y.B.P.

  

WHEELER EXCURVATE POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (16 images: 8 source images/8 thumbnails)

Wheeler Excurvate 1 Wheeler Excurvate 2 Wheeler Excurvate 3 Wheeler Excurvate 4 Wheeler Excurvate 5
Wheeler Excurvate 6 Wheeler Excurvate 7 Wheeler Excurvate 8

     

ABOVE: WHEEL01: Wheeler Excurvate point; Hale Co., Alabama; 1.28 inches (32.5mm)

ABOVE: WHEEL02: Wheeler Excurvate point; Carroll Co., Virginia; 1.63 inches (40.75mm); quartz; first of three views

ABOVE: WHEEL03: second of three views of Wheeler Excurvate point described above/strong>

ABOVE: WHEEL04: third of three views of Wheeler Excurvate point described above

ABOVE: WHEEL05: Wheeler Excurvate point; Hardin Co., Tennessee; 1.68 inches (42.6mm); first of two views. Source: Penbrandt dot com

ABOVE: WHEEL06: second of two views of Wheeler Excurvate point described above. Source: Penbrandt dot com

ABOVE: WHEEL07: Wheeler Excurvate point; Estill Co., Kentucky; 1.5 inches (38.1mm); Knox chert; first of two views. Source: Penbrandt dot com

ABOVE: WHEEL08: second of two views of Wheeler Excurvate point described above



 

Wheeler Expanded Base

Associated Dates: 10000 – 8000 Y.B.P.

    

ABOVE, RIGHT: WHEELEB01: Wheeler Expanded Base point; no details

  

ABOVE: WHEELEREB02 AND WHEELEREB03: Wheeler Expanded Base point; details to follow; first of four views (enlarged views below). Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WHEELEREB04: third of four views of Wheeler Expanded Base point described above in frame #02. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WHEELEREB05: fourth of four views of Wheeler Expanded Base point described above in frame #02. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com



 

Wheeler Recurvate

Associated Dates: 10000 – 8000 Y.B.P.

  

     

ABOVE: WHEELREC01 AND WHEELREC02: not terribly good images but the Wheeler Recurvate point is a rare item (this one COA’s by Tom Davis and by Rogers); Tennessee; 1.75 inches (44.4mm)



 

Wheeler Triangular

Associated Dates: 10000 – 8000 Y.B.P.

  

ABOVE: WHEELTR01: extremely rare Wheeler Triangular point and reportedly an exceptional example of the type; Tennessee; made from Mississippian Formation chert which is found in southern Tennessee near the Alabama border; 2.38 inches (60.4mm); first of two views. Source: Scott Cantrell, Wakan Art North American Artifacts, Arrowheads dot com

ABOVE: WHEELTR02: second of two views (same side, unfortunately) of Wheeler Triangular point described above in frame #01. Source: Scott Cantrell, Wakan Art North American Artifacts, Arrowheads dot com



 

White Mountain

Associated Dates:: 600 – 200 Y.B.P.



 

White River

Associated Dates: 6000 – 1000 Y.B.P.

  

General Description: may be serrated

 

WHITE RIVER POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (12 images: 6 source images/6 thumbnails)

White River 1 White River 2 White River 3 White River 4 White River 5 White River 6

     

     

     

     

     

     

 

     

ABOVE, LEFT: WHITRIV01: White River point; McIntosh Co., Oklahoma; 2.2 inches (56mm)
ABOVE, RIGHT: WHITRIV02: White River point; Oklahoma, on the Arkansas River; 2.25 inches (57.1mm)

ABOVE: WHITRIV03: White River point (Perino COA); Haskell Co., Oklahoma; 3.38 inches (85.8mm); first of two views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WHITRIV04: second of two views of White River point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

     

ABOVE, LEFT: WHITRIV05: White River point; Searcy Co., Arkansas; 2.75 inches (69.8mm); Pitkin chert with pale blue “lightning streak” veining
ABOVE, RIGHT: WHITRIV06: White River point; Searcy Co., Arkansas; 2.38 inches (60.4mm)





 

White Springs

Associated Dates: 8000 6000 Y.B.P.

    

ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: WHISP01: White Springs point; no details

WHITE SPRINGS POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (10 images: 5 source images/5 thumbnails)

White Springs 1 White Springs 2 White Springs 3 White Springs 4 White Springs 5

                        

                        

                        

                        

                        

                        

                        

                        

ABOVE: WHISP02: White Springs point; Lauderdale Co., Alabama; 2.38 inches (60.4mm)

ABOVE: WHISP03: White Springs point; Hardin Co., Tennessee; 3.0 inches (76.2mm); Buffalo River chert; first of two views. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WHISP04: second of two views of White Springs point described above. Source: Chris Merriam, Arrowheadsonline dot com

ABOVE: WHISP05: White Springs points; Tennessee River, Decatur Co.; Source: “Tennessee Archaeology, (2)1 Winter 2005;” archaeological site report





 

Wildcat Canyon

Associated Dates: 9000 – 7500 Y.B.P.

  

General Description: a medium-sized ovoid leaf. Blade edge is beveled which distinguishes it from Cascade blade. Base is convex.

WILDCAT CANYON POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (12 images: 6 source images/6 thumbnails)

Wildcat Canyon 1 Wildcat Canyon 2 Wildcat Canyon 3 Wildcat Canyon 4 Wildcat Canyon 5 Wildcat Canyon 6

                        

                        

ABOVE: WILDCAT01: Wildcat Canyon knife; location is a puzzler – the source of the image above says the Dalles area, Wasco Co., Oregon yet the source of the two additional views shown below (Bcartifacts dot com) specifically lists this as Crump Lake, Lake Co., Oregon; 3.5 inches (89mm); jasper.

      

ABOVE: WILDCAT02 AND WILDCAT03: second and third views of Wildcat Canyon point described above in frame #01. Source: Bcartifacts dot com

ABOVE: WILDCAT04: Wildcat Canyon point; Klamath Marsh, Oregon; 5.5 inches (127mm); first of three views. Source: Highdesertartifacts dot com

ABOVE: WILDCAT06: third of three views of Wildcat Canyon point described above. Source: Highdesertartifacts dot com





 

Williams

Associated Dates: 6000 – 1000 Y.B.P

  

ABOVE: WILL01: Williams point (COA Perino), Bowie Co., Texas, 3.0 inches (75mm)

WILLIAMS POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (62 images: 31 source images/31 thumbnails)


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ABOVE: WILL02: Williams point; Fayette Co., Texas; 2.75 inches (68.75mm)

ABOVE: WILL03: Williams point; Central Texas; 3.63 inches (90.75mm)

     

ABOVE: WILL04 AND WILL05: Williams point; Austin, Texas; 3.31 inches (82.75mm)

ABOVE: WILL06: Williams point; Kerr Co., Texas; first of four images

ABOVE: WILL07: second of four images of Williams point described above in frame #06

ABOVE: WILL08: third of four views of Williams point described above in frame #06

ABOVE: WILL09: fourth of four views of Williams point described above in frame #06

ABOVE: WILL10: Williams point; Central Texas; first of three images

ABOVE: WILL11: second of three images of Williams point described above in frame #10

ABOVE: WILL12: third of three images of Williams point described above in frame #10

ABOVE: WILL13: Williams point; Central Texas; first of six images

ABOVE: WILL14: second of six views of Williams point described above in frame #13

ABOVE: WILL15: third of six views of Williams point described above in frame #13

ABOVE: WILL16: fourth of six views of Williams point described above in frame #13

ABOVE: WILL17: fifth of six views of Williams point described above in frame #13

ABOVE: WILL18: sixth of six views of Williams point described above in frame #13

ABOVE: WILL19: Williams point; Central Texas; first of six views

ABOVE: WILL20: second of six views of Williams point described above in frame #19

ABOVE: WILL21: third of six views of Williams point described above in frame #19

ABOVE: WILL22: fourth of six views of Williams point described above in frame #19

ABOVE: WILL23: fifth of six views of Williams point described above in frame #19

ABOVE: WILL24: sixth of six views of Williams point described above in frame #19

     

ABOVE: WILL25 AND WILL26: Williams point; Benton Co., Missouri; 3.13 inches (78.25mm)

ABOVE: WILL27: Williams point; Texas; 3.19 inches (79.75mm)

ABOVE: WILL28: Williams point; Central Texas; 3.63 inches (90.75mm)

ABOVE: WILL29: Williams point; Coryell Co., Texas; 3.0 inches (75mm); Edwards Plateau chert; first of two images

ABOVE: WILL30: second of two views of Williams point described above

ABOVE: WILL31: Williams point; Sedalia, Missouri; 1.875 inches (47.6mm)





 

Willits Side Notched

Associated Dates: 6000 – 1000 Y.B.P

  

     

ABOVE: WILLITS01 AND WILLITS02: Willits Side Notched point; California; approx. 3.3 inches (82.5mm); shown actual size at right





 

Wills Cove

Associated Dates: 6000 – 1000 Y.B.P

  





 

Wilson

Associated Dates: 6000 – 1000 Y.B.P

  

General Description: The Wilson point is frequently confused with “Lange” points although the latter have unground stems.

WILSON POINT THUMBNAIL GALLERY (20 images: 10 source images/10 thumbnails)

Wilson 1 Wilson 2 Wilson 3 Wilson 4 Wilson 5
Wilson 6 Wilson 7 Wilson 8 Wilson 9 Wilson 10

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

ABOVE: WILSON01: Wilson point; no other details. Source: Karl Kilguss, Arrowheads dot com

ABOVE: WILSON02: Wilson point; Jonesboro, Texas; 2.5 inches (63.5mm)/strong>

ABOVE: WILSON03: Wilson point; Austin Co., Texas. Source: David Crain, Texasarrowheads dot com

     

ABOVE, LEFT: WILSON04: Wilson point; Del Rio area, Texas. Image by David Crain, cited by Texasbeyondhistory dot net (David is also the chap who runs Texasarrowheads dot com)
ABOVE, RIGHT: WILSON05: Wilson point examples; Mangold Site (41ME132), Balcones Escarpment, Medina Co., Texas. Source: Texasbeyondhistory dot com

ABOVE: WILSON06: the points at left are Wilson points, seen here at the Wilson point type site: the Wilson-Leonard Site (41WM235) at the confluence of Brushy and Spanish Oak Creeks, Williamson Co., Texas. Source: Texasbeyondhistory dot com/strong>

     

ABOVE: WILSON07 AND WILSON08: Wilson point; Titus, Texas; 2.25 inches (63.5mm). Source: Relicshack dot com

     

ABOVE: WILSON09 AND WILSON10: Wilson point; Titus, Texas; 1.875 inches (47.6mm). Source: Relicshack dot com/strong>



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