That's what I would have called them at first till I looked up the ranges of Morhiss and Morrill's,I don't know Idaho, both those are out of the range of 3C. I don't have a clue to what they are though. I thought at first Lange, but that's also not in the range.
There was quite a lot of dirt on the finds making a number of subtle interpretations not easily seen..
For those interested here's a pic of the washed pieces..
Now it can be seen that the big point is not just a "square baser "...the slight flare of a Williams base can now be seen.. PLUS, The Williams people were well proven to be camped there..
Nother feature,,,the big broken tip turned out to be tip AND a complete barb...I traced the piece..
Then flipped to over to get a look at the mirror side...added a generic square base...
This was a real & killer
Homesick reveries for Te, thats a perfect gouge ( CF )..upper L...Dead flat on the bottom, curved working edge.
Trav, clean reliable running water is a plus for modern man just as it was for the ancients in that area. Have to use some imagination though..that lake was not there before the Corp of Engineers came along.