Savannah River Stemmed (301a86-1)

**Savannah River Stemmed spear point** Location: Doerschuk site (31Mg22), Montgomery County, North Carolina. Period: Late Archaic (3000-1000 BC). Material: metavolcanic rock. Dimensions: length, 85.2 mm; width, 42.2 mm; thickness, 11.5 mm. Notes: Catalog no. 301a86-1, North Carolina Archaeological Collection, Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Illustrated in *The Formative Cultures of the Carolina Piedmont,* by Joffre L. Coe, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society vol. 54, pt. 5, 1964, Figure 37. Model by Abigail Gancz and Steve Davis.

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