This picture shows one of the two caches of arrow points recovered from primary mound 1. It contains 332 points and it has the highest number of different point types. Fowler identified nine out of a total of eleven different types in this cache. The most common type is represented by 108 black (type X) Scallorn points made of Pitkin chert. The next highest number is represented by 91 (type VII) serrated Madison points made of Burlington, Mill Creek and Kaolin cherts. The third highest number are 69 (type I) triple-notched serrated and un-serrated Cahokia points made from white Burlington, pink High Ridge variety of Burlington and a brown chert that is either Elco or Dover/Fort Payne chert. There were also 37 (type IX) double-notched serrated points in this cache, 14 (type V) un-named corner-notched recurved blade edge points, 8 (type XI) un-named triple-notched edge and base serrated points, 3 (type IV) un-named wide corner-notched points, 1 (type VIII) triple-notched serrated Cahokia point, and 1 (type III) Agee point. The longest point is the red serrated Madison at lower left, it measures 2 13/16 inches (7.1 cm) long.