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An Additional Note on American Arrowheads

Nature volume 6, page 515 | Download Citation

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As Mr. Evans has commenced his remarks on North American arrowheads with the assertion, “A prevailing type,” &c., it naturally leads one to conclude that that form to which he refers is “the” prevailing type. I judge, further, that by “prevailing,” he means “predominant,” i.e., in excess of other types or shapes of these relics. I do agree with Mr. Evans that it is one of the principal forms, but not so far a “prevailing” type as to merit the assertion of Mr. Evans, made as that assertion is.

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  1. Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.A., Oct. 10

    • CHAS. C. ABBOTT

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