Flint Blades and Projectile Points of the North American Indian
Lawrence Tully has been studying Indian artifacts for over 50 years and he has put all this knowledge into this book, first printed in 1986. Each flint blade and projectile point artifact that is pictured is photographed to actual size and there are hundreds of good sharp photos of primary, modified, stemmed, notched, and ceremonial blades and projectile points. This is the definitive guide to the many artifacts of the North American Indian. No values.
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