Edited by Faith Boser
The first of its kind for Saskatchewan, this book blends Indigenous ways of knowing and archaeology’s understanding of projectile points. Commonly called arrowheads, these durable objects found across the province are a testament of Indigenous ingenuity and perseverance. Indigenous authors share how these stone sculptures were created using complex knowledge systems such as math and physics. Personal lived experience illuminates the connection between these artifacts, the land, and the people.