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Eden   9,500-8,000 B.P.

Eden projectile points resemble Scottsbluff types, but are narrower relative to their length.  The insets that produce the stems are very slight.  Most are characterized by transverse collateral flaking, have pronounced median ridges and a diamond-shaped cross-section.  Size is between 3 to 5 inches long and .5 to .75 inch wide. Wormington, H.M.
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Last updated: 08-29-2013