This is a set of seven arrows that was acquired with a quiver (E7481-0-A). Six of the arrows have been fletched with rough-legged hawk feathers, and one has goose feather fletching. Five arrows have bone or antler arrowheads, and of those, four have barbs along one edge. Four of the bone and antler arrowheads have been tipped with metal blades inserted into slots at the ends of the arrowheads, and one is self-pointed. Arrowheads are missing from two arrows. Each of the arrows has been decorated with four lines applied with black stain encircling the shaft tin the area of the fletching. These marks may have been applied to identify the owner.
PER CARD, ORIGINALLY CATALOGUED AS A BOW, QUIVER, AND 8 ARROWS. FROM CARD: "QUIVER, BOW, ARROW-ILLUS. IN SMITHSONIAN REPT, 1893; PL. 94; FIG. 679."