Saturday, November 7, 2009

Though We Call Them "Bird Points", These Arrowheads Were Used To Take Deer, Even Elk

The Gunther style arrowhead is just one of several varieties of points used by the Northwestern tribes over the centuries since the bow and arrow were introduced some 1500 years ago.

Throughout eastern and western Oregon, we find these "gem" arrowheads made from colorful varieties of quartz such as agate, jasper and petrified wood, as well as the volcanic materials such as basalt and obsidian.

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