Lamoka projectile point
Lamoka projectile points are stone projectile points manufactured by Native Americans what is now the northeastern United States, generally in the time interval of 3500-2500 B.C. They predate the invention of the bow and arrow, and are therefore not true "arrowheads", but rather atlatl dart points. They derive their name from the specimens found at the Lamoka site in Schuyler County, New York.

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Projectile Point Data Indexed By Morphology (Shape) Illustration Showing the Common Projectile Point Base Shapes. Click on Any of the Above Hafting Shapes to Go to ...
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Lamoka projectile point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Lamoka Point? - Arrowheadology.com
Jul 24, 2010 ... Thought it looked like a Lamoka point, but not sure. Any input as ... Found this link : Lamoka projectile point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Lamoka Lost and Found - Creekside Artifacts
Lamoka Lost and Found ... That first projectile pointed due East and seemed to encourage us to continue searching the ... Two typical Lamoka projectile points.
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NativeTech: Lamoka Projectile Point - Metric Attributes
Lamoka Point Type: Lamoka Associated Date: 5500 - 3500 B.P. Morphology: Side Notched Length Point: Ave: [ 29 +/- 6 mm] Range: [ 23 to 43 mm] Example: ...
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NativeTech: Projectile Point Types of Southern New England
Lamoka-Dustin Variant: 5500-3500 B.P. · Meadowood: ... A catalogue of New England projectile point types organized by morphology. Click on any of the point ...
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Lamoka Projectile Point Shaped Agate Pendant with by Sundame
This piece looks like a Lamoka side notched projectile point in a brown agate. The Lamoka point was used from 5500 - 3500 B.P in the North American.
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A catalogue of New England projectile point types organized by morphology. Click on any of the point names from the list on the left for additional metric data and ...
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Lamoka projectile point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lamoka projectile points from central New York State. The point ... Albany, New York: The University of the State of New York, The State Education Department.
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Standard projectile point terminology used in describing Native American projectile points: a .... Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Research Institute.
Lamoka Point? - Arrowheadology.com
Jul 24, 2010 ... Found this link: Lamoka projectile point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... by Utica College in the 1990s, and by Rutgers University in 2000.
Archaeological Collections Project - New York University
Projectile points from the Lamoka Phase are the most frequent type found at Old Fort. 27 have been identified in the collection. Lamoka projectile points are ...
NativeTech: Projectile Point Types of Southern New England
Lamoka-Dustin Variant: 5500-3500 B.P. · Meadowood: ... A catalogue of New England projectile point types organized by morphology. Click on any of the point ...
Books on the term Lamoka projectile point
Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Midcontinental and ...
Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Midcontinental and ...
Noel D. Justice, 1995
These small, narrow stemmed type projectile points appear related technologically and make up what has been referred to as the Taconic tradition, which is best known from shell midden sites (Brennan 1967). Distribution The Lamoka phase ...
Projectile Points of the High Plains
Projectile Points of the High Plains
Jeb Taylor, 2006
Projectile Points of the High Plains lists all of the major projectile points from all of the major types sites on the High Plains. They are laid out chronologically beginning with Clovis and ending with metal trade points, in full color, and actual size. Additionally, there are chapters devoted to tool stone, dating, point morphology, hafting stra...
North American Projectile Points
North American Projectile Points
Wm Jack Hranicky Rpa, 2011
A Hypothetical Classification of Some of the Flaked Stone Projectiles, Tools and Ceremonials from the Southeastern United ... 861 - Lamoka New York Points 862 – Lamoka Points 863 - Lamoka Point Distribution Lamoka [Stemmed - Notched] ...
Field Guide to Projectile Points of the Midwest:
Field Guide to Projectile Points of the Midwest:
Noel D. Justice and Suzanne K. Kudlaty, 2001
Small stone tools and arrow points are among the few remaining traces of human history stretching back over 10,000 years. This convenient guide to the projectile points that can be found in the Midwestern United States is designed as a field reference. It provides a type name and a short description of the physical characteristics, age, and distrib...
Archaeology of the Appalachian Highlands
Archaeology of the Appalachian Highlands
Lynne P. Sullivan, Susan C. Prezzano, 2001
Funk proposed Vestal as a new phase (1993:141) distinct from other Archaic phases based on two projectile point types: ... Vestal loci have been excavated, and C-14 dates show considerable overlap between Vestal and Lamoka phases.
Holocene Hunter-Gatherers of the Lower Ohio River Valley
Holocene Hunter-Gatherers of the Lower Ohio River Valley
Richard W. Jefferies, 2009
See Glacial Lake Saline Lambert projectile points, 203 Lamoka Lake site, 34, 41, 232 Lamoka projectile points, 205 Land Between the Lakes: survey, 60; re- gion, 32, 60 Landforms, 13–20 Late Archaic Stemmed cluster, 197 Late Prehistoric ...
Diversity and Complexity in Prehistoric Maritime Societies: A Gulf of Maine Perspective (Interdisciplinary Contributions...
Diversity and Complexity in Prehistoric Maritime Societies: A Gulf of Maine Perspective (Interdisciplinary Contributions...
Bruce J. Bourque, 1995
This well-illustrated book reflects upon two decades of excavation and research at the Turner Farm site in Maine, and details its rich diversity of organic and cultural remains spanning 5,000 years of coastal occupation.
Handbook of North American Indians
Handbook of North American Indians
William C. Sturtevant, 1978
Funk's (1965) Sylvan Lake complex, described on the basis of excavations at the Sylvan Lake Rockshelter, includes: "Sylvan stemmed" projectile points (small thick points clearly related to Lamoka, Normanskill, and Wading River points), ...
South Plainfield (NJ) (Images of America)
South Plainfield (NJ) (Images of America)
Richard Francis Veit, 2002
South Plainfieldís rich and varied history mirrors that of New Jersey as a whole. Early on, Native Americans first recognized the potential of the area and called it home. Later, in the 166 0s, Baptists from New England, Scottish Quakers, and Dutch settlers erected mills and transformed the forest into farmland. Agriculture remained a mainstay of l...
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Lamoka projectile point
Ramblings from the Ambo: What's the Point?
It's a Lamoka projectile point to be precise. Thanks to our friend Tony's expertise and the kindness of a local farmer, my family went "arrowhead" hunting yesterday near the Susquehanna River in New York.
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The Public Archaeology Facility (PAF) organized a walking tour of Downtown Binghamton Friday to take guests through the thousands of years of history that the city has to offer
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Chenango Archaeologists: PROJECTILE POINT NEAR AFTON STONE PILES
Donald A. WindsorNo evidence connecting Native Americans with stone piles in Chenango County has been found.
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'Beveled Projectile Points', robertinakyun6's blog message on Netlog
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Poetic Archaeology 8 | jmmcdowell
softer touch nearby chert and rhyolite whisper others once were here Our archaeologist's site is a hopping place. Hmm. It's cumbersome to keep calling her that. Let's call her Meghan. No, she's not a character in one of my books. I played with the idea of Madeleine from Death Out of Time. But poetry's not…
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Allegheny Valley Project: December Update
The processing of the Karl Site materials is running smoothly along. The surface survey materials are processed and catalogued, and the excavation materials processing is underway.
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FRONT YARD ARCHAEOLOGY | Ohio Historical Society Archaeology Blog
Some weeks ago, I was filling in holes that my family’s dog Trin had dug in our front yard. In the loose dirt around one hole I was surprised to see the familiar shape of a stone spear point.
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BermudaQuest is a free online journal about archaeology, ancient and modern history, and culture where everyone can contribute. Our new magazine Origins features our best submissions every quarter.
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