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Old 07-23-2012, 10:50 AM
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All of these arrow heads was found in the same location with in 200ft of one another. Except for one set of three which I found in my garden I will label those accordingly. If yall can give me any info on these and tell me if some are arrow heads or not that would be great.
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more the second photo is the points I found in my garden about 7 miles away from my parents farm where I found all of the others.
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some of these may not be arrow heads or anything for that matter but they do look like they have been worked thats why I kept them. Their are 2 on my first post that may not be anything, and three on my second post that may be nothing. Yall be the judge.
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You do have some pieces there, shows people were living there who used quartz for points/knives. There will be lots of discards because quartz isn't the easiest thing to work with. And like you say, some probably are just pieces of quartz.
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typical cruddywhitequartz points....

that is some tough rock to work, but it was all those people had to work with.
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my brother has found in that same location some flit knappings or similar type rock. I guess it was traded to Indians by Indians years ago because I have never seen rock like that in our area.
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