Excavation year: 1984
Material: Ferrous metal
Registration number: 21k27k1-1

Projectile points, or arrowheads, were a necessary tool in the Woodland Period. These points were used for hunting purposes by the First Nations groups living in this area from 200 BCE - 1750 CE. Hunting was an essential part of life on the prairies for the people populating this land. All parts of the animal hunted would be used, from the hides to the bones, to the meat.