Calf Creek Point

Chapman (1975) does not include the Calf Creek point type in his discussion of "types" found in Missouri. That is because this type is very uncommon in Missouri. Morrow (1984) does not discuss it in his survey of diagnostic projectile points found in Iowa. Perino (1968:14 - 15) reports that the length ranges from 43 to 63 mm and that the suggested age is from 5000 to 3000 BC. Sandstrom and Ray (2004:14) associate this point type with the Middle Archaic Period.



Graham Cave (23MT2)........................Calf Creek point from Tick Creek Cave (23PH145)

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Chapman, Carl
1975 The Archaeology of Missouri, I. University of Missouri Press, Columbia.

DeRegnaucourt, Tony
1991 A Field Guide to the Prehistoric Point Types of Indiana and Ohio. Upper Miami Valley Archaeological Research Museum, Ansonia, Ohio.

Morrow, Toby
1984 Iowa Projectile Points. Office of the Iowa State Archaeologist, Iowa City.

Sandstrom, Carl B., and Jack H. Ray
2004 A Point Identification Guide for Southwest Missouri. Ozarks Chapter of the Missouri Archaeological Society, Springfield.


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