POINT IDENTIFICATION

Below are some examples of particular types of points found in the United States with a particular emphasis towards Texas. My goal is to have images of each point type showing variations. Bold names are actual historical names of the particular point, non-bold names are general classifications usually based on general shapes.


NAME & LOCATION IMAGES
LEAFBLADE
DALTON:
Medium to large, found mainly in the central to eastern US (8000-6000BC)
SIDE NOTCHED
PLAINVIEW: Medium to large, found mainly in the central US (8000-5000BC)
STEMMED POINT
MIDLAND:
Small to medium, found mainly in the Central US including Texas and New Mexico, extending directly north (8000-7000BC)
SCOTTS BLUFF:
Medium to large, found in most of the US except eastern and western seaboard states (7500-6000BC)
ENSOR:
Medium to large, found mainly in Texas and Oklahoma (2000BC-1500AD)
ANGOSTURA:
Medium to large, found mainly in the central US with some in the north east (8000-6000BC)
DICKSON
ANDICE:
Large, found in Texas and Oklahoma (6000-3000BC)
PEDERNALES:
Medium, found in Texas (4000BC-1AD)
FOLSOM:
Small to medium, found in Central and Western US (1000-7000BC)
PINWAH SLOUGH:
PERDIZ:
Small to medium, found in Texas and Oklahoma (1000-1500AD)
PALMILLAS:
Small to medium, found in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico (4000-1000BC)
GOLONDRINA:
Medium to large, found in the South Central US (7000-5000BC)
CATAHOULA:
Small, found in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas (1200-1600AD)
PANDALE:
Medium, found in Texas (4000-2700BC)
MONTELL:
Medium to large, found in Texas and Oklahoma (3000BC-1000AD)
GARY:
Medium, found in Central and South Central US (2000BC-1000AD)
CLOVIS:
Medium to large, found throughout the US and Alaska (1300-7000BC)