Made from hard woods(Oak, Hickory, Juniper, and Cedar). Arrowhead tied on with sinew. Arrowheads were sometimes poisoned when battling between each other but never for hunting.
|feathers 641 wood 4438 pigment 539 metal 3340 sinew 620|
|L: 26.5 in, Diameter: 1.25 in|
|The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe|
|Ten light colored wood shafts, peeled, smoothed, some decorated with paint and some with incised lines along length; triple fletched with long quills, tied with sinew top and bottom; sheet metal points hafted by inserting into split shaft and wrapping with sinew. Split at bottom also. All have green paint at bottom; except for .3 and .5 which have blue block stripe with small red lines above and below it. .9 has red only. .5 is missing metal point.|