Point, Projectile
Early/Middle Woodland Wabesa Projectile Point. Material: stone. Size: 1" W. x 2 3/4" L. Description: Dover chert; age: 2,500 - 1,500; native to Illinois / Indiana.
Early/Middle Woodland projectile point used by Native Americans. Dr. Schirmer of Minnesota State University, Mankato visited 2 July 2013 and determined that this is a Native American tool. Found on the east shore of Clear Lake, Waseca, MN. Frank Goodspeed oral history: "From the east shore of Clear Lake. George Goodspeed and Frank E. Wood were partners more or less in the development of that area. The Goodspeed kids were out there, the older ones working and the younger ones farting around picking up that stuff."