Chapman (1980:309 - 310) does not discuss Bonham points; a few specimens of this point type have been documented in the southwest region of Missouri. Bell (1960:10-11) describes this artifact type as a small arrowpoint with a short rectangular stem; he suggests a date from AD 800 to 1200. DeRegnaucourt (1991) does not identify Bonham as a type found in Ohio or Indiana. Likewise, Morrow (1984) does not include it in his discussion of projectile point types found in Iowa. Bell (1960:11) notes that Bonham points are typically found in the northern portion of Texas and portions Oklahoma; typically this artifact type ranges from .75 to 1.75 inches (19 to 44 mm) in size.
Bonham point from the Prospect Spring Site (23GR711).
Guide to the identification of certain American Projectile Points, 2. Oklahoma Anthropological Society.
1980 The Archaeology of Missouri, 2. University of Missouri Press, Columbia.
1991 A Field Guide to the Prehistoric Point Types of Indiana and Ohio. Upper Miami Valley Archaeological Research Museum, Ansonia, Ohio.
1984 Iowa Projectile Points. Office of the Iowa State Archaeologist, Iowa City.
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