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This great example of a MacCorkle bifurcate was molded and cast from the authentic original. It was found in Cattaraugus County, NY, and was made in a blueish Coshocton Chert. This type of bifurcate point dates to the Early Archaic(around 6 to 9,000 years ago). The point was first typed at the Albans site in Kanawha County in West Virginia. They are found east of the Ohio Valley, ranging from Alabama to Michigan. This example measures 2 and a half inches long.  (cast copyright Occpaleo 2020)

MacCorkle Bifurcate Cast

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