Sunrise points are a new type defined from a collection from the PowersII site in eastern Wyoming. They have been found in association with an ancient red ochre mine, along with several other PaleoAmerican point types. They are currently undated but exhibit traits of Clovis and Goshen points. The site is part of an on-going investigation. This piece was made from a flake blank of Spanish Point 'chert' from the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming. It is 47 mm long, 28.5 mm wide and 4 mm thick with a w/th ratio of 7.1/1. It weighs 7 grams.