"EXOTIC" FORM OF MOUND 72 POINTS
These arrow points have been referred to by Fowler and Ray as Huffaker points or similar to Huffaker points. If they are Huffaker points they are very stylized versions of them. Huffaker points do not have the recurved and angular blade edges that these points have. These points also have multiple serrations on their bases. Huffaker points usually have only one notch on the side basal edge. Fowlers places these points in the type XI category. All of these points are made of either a low grade of Hixton quartzite from Wisconsin or from another source of quartzite that is reported to be much closer. Approximately 22 similar points made of this same quartzite were found in cache number 1551.