The Harrell Site is the "type site" for these small triple-notched arrow points. Harrell points are found in Late Prehistoric sites across north-central Texas, the Panhandle-Plains area and Great Plains area, as far north as Canada. Dating to a period from roughly 1200 to 1500 A.D., the points were used by Plains villagers at the Harrell site who grew corn, hunted buffalo, and made shell-tempered pottery vessels.
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