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Late Woodland Points

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Introduction

The Late Woodland Period sees the appearance of more permanent settlements (villages or hamlets). There is a major shift to a complex agricultural society leading in some cases to dependency. Established defined regional territories with kinship based society. Less focus on ceremonialism with burials. Ceramics take on a new development from coiled construction to the "paddled" technique.



Late Woodland Points

Dewaele Glen Meyer Tanged
Dewaele Glen Meyer Tanged

Nanticoke Notched Nanticoke Triangular Daniels Triangular
Nanticoke Notched Nanticoke Triangular Daniels Triangular


[Paleo-Indian] [Early & Mid-Archaic] [Late Archaic] [Early Woodland] [Middle Woodland]
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