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Name Vulcan
Details Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

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Image of 388P - 1956.001.

388P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and convex base. Has serrated edges. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 389P - 1956.001.

389P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 390P - 1956.001.

390P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and convex base. A/L Rabbit Island / Frenchman Springs Phase - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 391P - 1956.001.

391P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and concave base. Stone appears to be clear glass with bubbles. A/L Tucannon Phase (Rabbit Island Variant) - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 392P - 1956.001.

392P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with contracting stem and convex base. A/L Rabbit Island / Frenchman Springs Phase - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 401P - 1956.001.

401P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 393P - 1956.001.

393P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with contracting stem and convex base. A/L Rabbit Island / Frenchman Springs Phase - Age undetermined. A/L Late Phase Projectile. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 394P - 1956.001.

394P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 395P - 1956.001.

395P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 396P - 1956.001.

396P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 397P - 1956.001.

397P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 398P - 1956.001.

398P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 399P - 1956.001.

399P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and concave base. A/L Shouldered point, expanding stem, straight base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 400P - 1956.001.

400P - 1956.001.

Dark colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 402P - 1956.001.

402P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 403P - 1956.001.

403P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 404P - 1956.001.

404P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Very light side-notch - possibly Late Phase Projectile Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 405P - 1956.001.

405P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 406P - 1956.001.

406P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Non Diagnostic Projectile. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 407P - 1956.001.

407P - 1956.001.

Medium colored barbed stone point with parallel-sided stem and flat base. Point has unusually long stem. A/L Barbed point, contracting stem, convex base. Very long, slender and tapering stem. May be hafted graver. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.