Nadlok and the Origin of the Copper Inuit

Projectile points

Figure 1 Miscellaneous arrow fragments found at Nadlok

Projectile points include the tip and basal tang of a black chert arrowhead in hut 2 floor 3, and a triangular copper arrowhead in floor 1b of hut 3. The latter is very ground, sharp and rivetted to a socketted foreshaft (Fig.2, top).

Figure 2 Other projectile fragments uncovered at Nadlok

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