This Sub-Triangular point represents one of two
different styles of Nenana complex projectile points.
Chindadn points have rounded or tear-drop shaped
bases, this example has a very straight base. Moose
Creek is the first site in the Nenana Valley to produce
both the tear-drop and triangular style of Nenana
complex projectile points. This point was made on a
smooth flake of basalt by pressure flaking the edges
to shape it. It measures 1 1/16 inches (2.6 cm) long,
11/16 inch (1.7 cm) wide and 2 mm thick.