After seeing all the beautiful knives in the previous 71 pages, I'm almost embarrassed to post my work. The following are strictly utilitarian. My wife and I give presentations on Native American culture and emphasize the tools they would use to do daily tasks.
They don't have proper sheaths, just blade covers and a strap to hang at your work station in lodge or wherever. This first one is for basic cutting. General purpose, if you will.
I did not knap these points. They are the work of "Deerman" out of Elkin, NC. When he went to live with the ancestors, his widow gifted me these points.
This blade has 3 cutting surfaces. Great for skinning, gutting etc. A basketmaker might use it for stripping bark, cutting cattails. A cook might use it for chopping and dicing.
This point is mounted on a deer jawbone for your offset cutting.
Scalpel or exacto work
Pocket utility blade.
Each handle is a different type of deer bone and each matched to its blade with minimal modifications. It's almost like they were meant to go together.
Again I applaud the true artists who have posted their work on this thread.