Woodland Culture Points & Tools ID Album
Artifacts on this page are in the Charles F. Cox Collection, collected in the mid 1900s in fields along the Ohio River in Clark Co., Indiana. All were classified by the late Ruth Strother.
Photos for this web page were taken by Naturalist at Heart volunteer Danny Calton.
Scale = 2 cm in all photos
The top two rows contain Late Archaic - Early Woodland transition tools:
Adena Beavertail Adena Beavertail Scraper Cresap Stemmed Cypress Straight Stemmed
800 - 300 B.C.E. 800 - 200 B.C.E. 1000 - 500 B.C.E. Dickson Cluster Adena
1000 - 300 B.C.E.
Fulton Kimmel Motley Susquehanna Fishtail Wade
Turkey Tail 800 - 600 B.C.E. 1700 - 700 B.C.E. 1000 - 500 B.C.E.
1500 - 500 B.C.E. (Rare in Indiana)
Adena Cache Blade Adena Stemmed Adena Dickson Between Adena Contracted
Leaf shape preform 800 - 200 B.C.E. Contracted Stemmed Stemmed Schild Spike
500 - 100 B.C.E. 500 - 100 B.C.E. Late Adena worked
Bradley Spike Chesser Notched Coosa Notched Copena Triangular
Lowe Cluster 300 C.E. Southeastern Provenance 150 - 500 C.E.
Copena Scraper Jack's Reef Corner Notched Jack's Reef Corner Notched
300 - 400 C.E. 500 C.E. From a reworked Paleo Cumberland Point
Note the flute in the center
800 - 1200 C.E
Jack's Reef Corner Notched Jack's Reef Scraper Kramer
Pentagonal 500 C.E Before 500 B.C.E.
Represents one of the first true arrowheads
Woodland Tools Page 2 Archaic Tools Mississippian Tools
To explore these cultures, click Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, or Mississippian.
Created April 20, 2010, Updated May 7, 2010