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    • A Meeting In the interest of the Hampton Institute.

    • Advertisements; Boarding schools; Fund raising; Schools
    • Advertisement for a fundraising event at the Chester Presbyterian Church for benefit of the Hampton Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute which was founded on the banks of the Virginia Peninsula by Brigadier General Samuel Chapman Armstrong in...
    • Esopus-Huguenot Land Agreement, 1677

    • Huguenots; Indians of North America;
    • Contract between the group of twelve Huguenots and the Esopus Indians for roughly 40,000 acres of land that would become the New Paltz Patent. The contract stipulates the goods that the Esopus tribe received for the land, as well as the signatures...
    • Levanna projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (mainly equilateral in shape) with concave bases. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Adena Like projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Large broad ovoid points with lobate stems that are biconvex to flat in cross section. They range on average from 3" to 5" in length.
    • Brewerton projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Projectile point complex consisting of four distinctive points types all of which consist of a broad trianguloid to ovoid blade with a biconvex cross section. All range on average from 1" to 2" in length. The depth and placement of the side notch...
    • Meadowood Blade

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin, flat blades commonly made from Onondaga Chert. Very similar to Meadowood Points in morphology, only lacking side notches. They are often found in caches or burials sites (several burial site blades are colored with red ocher). The purpose of...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Adena projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Large broad ovoid points with lobate stems that are biconvex to flat in cross section. They range on average from 3" to 5" in length.
    • Vosburg projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Broad thin trianguloid points with small corner notches and a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. Serrated edges are not uncommon. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Lamoka projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Narrow, trianguloid points with slight side notches or straight stems and a biconvex cross section. They average 1" in length.
    • Brewerton side-notched projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Projectile point complex consisting of four distinctive points types all of which consist of a broad trianguloid to ovoid blade with a biconvex cross section. All range on average from 1" to 2" in length. The depth and placement of the side notch...
    • Brewerton projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Projectile point complex consisting of four distinctive points types all of which consist of a broad trianguloid to ovoid blade with a biconvex cross section. All range on average from 1" to 2" in length. The depth and placement of the side notch...

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