Artifacts Museum - Flint : Middle Archaic

Kentucky Cache Blade
Kentucky Cache Blade
Kentucky Cache Blade
Kentucky Cache Blade
Archaic Knife
Archaic Knife
Archaic Knife
Archaic Knife
Matanzas
Matanzas
Matazas
Matazas
Archaic Knife
Archaic Knife
Archaic Knife
Archaic Knife
Big Slough
Big Slough
Big Slough
Big Slough
Chesterfield
Chesterfield
Chesterfield
Chesterfield
Big Slough
Big Slough

A nice Arkansas point made from a beautiful material. It was part of the Kent Westbrook Collection.

Big Slough
Big Slough

The Middle Archaic period ( as it exists in Missouri ) is generally excepted to be between 7,000 B.P. - 4000 B.P. This period coincides with the warm and dry climatic conditions of the time. It is believed that prairies expanded at the expense of the forested regions. Deer herds may have decreased, and the Middle Archaic diet included greater amounts of fish, rabbits, birds and other small game. 

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