They range in size from ¾ to 1 inch and usually have a thin body and straight or concave base.
A group of Stone Age people butchered a mastodon — or at least scavenged its carcass — some 14,550 years ago.
Since projectile point shapes and sizes changed through time as animal resources changed and new ideas were adopted, archaeologists can use these stone tools to create a timeline of projectile point types.
They have slightly sides and usually have a concave base. Caraway Caraway points are triangular shaped projectiles associated with contact period occupations.The base is usually ground and the edges can be serrated.