These drawings show both sides of four points that were excavated from within the Folsom habitation level on the Lindenmeier site. They illustrate the wide variation of Folsom point design. All four of these points were made from edge trimmed flakes. They are referred to as pseudofluted because what appears to be flutes are actually the surfaces of the original flakes from which they were made. Similar points can be found on much later Stone Age sites in North America and other countries around the world. So the technology that made these points was not very high. They could have been made by anyone with only a minimal knowledge of flintknapping. Maybe they were made by the younger members of the tribal group.