Turkeytail Projectile Point
The blade is excurvate with a leaf shape. This point has parallel notches low on the blade, almost at the base. The shoulders are primarily horizontal. The stem may slightly expand at the point of the notch, but then contracts ending at a point. Some examples may have more of a deeply convex base. This point has a random flaking pattern.
Turkey Tail – Late Archaic and Early Woodland (3000-100 B.C.) Turkey Tail spear point or knife. Turkey Tail points have a wide geographic distribution and are found across much of the Great Lakes and Midwest regions, in portions of New York, Connecticut, and into southern Ontario.