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Kings County Museum


Accession number: 2020.005.003
Object type: Point, Projectile;Stone
Date: before 1500
Materials: Stone
Measurements: 5 cm L x 2.8 cm W x 0.7 cm ThickWidth at widest.
Description: Cream coloured arrowhead shape.  Tapered sides with sharp point at one end and blunt edge at the opposite end.  Obvious signs of flaking throughout.
History of Use: Likely of Mi'kmaq origin from the Woodland Period.  Location is unknown. These were collected long ago. They appear to be Woodland period artifacts (1000 BCE - 1500 CE). Many have been found in the Gaspereau Lake area. Found by Bev Sawler & daughter 1960/61 near old Boy Scout Camp.