Horses Grazing: Point Function and Shape

  title={Horses Grazing: Point Function and Shape},
  author={Joel D. Gunn},
The Horses Grazing site was located in the Sandhills near wetlands of the lower Little Crane Creek in eastern Moore County, North Carolina. It contained a full Holocene cultural sequence from Late Paleoindian-Early Archaic to Late Woodland. Of special interest is a component at the base of the cultural deposits that contains Big Sandy-Rowan projectile points. Rowan is one of at least three Big Sandy projectile point variants that occurs along the Atlantic Slope. We suggest that the variants may… CONTINUE READING


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