Seems they were all very flint economy minded at that site, especially the Perd/Jetta that must have been
much larger. Good show
Fella named 'Idahoe' has a large collection of spuds like yours only he calls them " Manos & tools "
Hal, I will agree with you on this group being stingy with the flint! It seems I find more stone tools than points, but I sure do like finding them and burnt rock, it's a sure sign that your in paydirt.
Sure was hoping to get some opinions on the little fairland?
Heat treating was used in areas where the flint was of poor quality. The cobbles were heated in the coals for up to 48 hours, making it easier to knap the flint. It changes it to a pink or purple color and leaves it with a greasy or shiny appearance. (Hester and Collins-1974) I find points around here that have been treated on occassion. Rare but not uncommon. I just noticed that some of yours have a pink color in certain parts of the point. Could be the flint or possibly they were heat treated.