Good lord look at all the clovis'(drool)

bam_bam

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I am assuming this is at some museum, its a shame at all the points stuffed in drawers that no one will ever get to see.

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bam_bam

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And a few Turkey tails


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bam_bam

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One for backwoodsjoe


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bam_bam

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Last one

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bam_bam

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Sorry couldnt stop

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bigkga69

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#6
Wow!! In my life, I have only seen and got to hold 4 real fluted clovis points that came from off the Savannah River, them people had a whole drawer full.....wouldnt you like to stumble on a site like that! Wait, there is a site like that right behind my office, good old Stallings Island, right out side my office door and it just teases me every day, just once I would like to "look" on it......
 

Nicodemus

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#8
Love a Clovis point!! I saw one Redstone in that pile of Clovis points.
 

Son

Senior Member
#14
Clovis

A few Clovis points in this picture, I'm sure you can pick em out.
 

Sixes

Senior Member
#15
I hope I find a drawer full in Ohio this fall.:banana:

I'm sure the donating finders never wanted their jewels hidden away from the public eye like seems to be what happens to most donations.
 

bigox911

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#17
Sorry couldnt stop

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It amazes me that before any modern transportation systems that Obsidian was able to make it this far east in rock form and be made in to tools. Would love to know the story of how those rocks covered so much distance. Great stuff :cool:
 

bam_bam

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It amazes me that before any modern transportation systems that Obsidian was able to make it this far east in rock form and be made in to tools. Would love to know the story of how those rocks covered so much distance. Great stuff :cool:
It is amazing.
 

dawg2

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#19
Sorry couldnt stop

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Please stop!!! You're killing me!!!!!!!!!:banginghe:bounce:
 

Wildcat86

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It amazes me that before any modern transportation systems that Obsidian was able to make it this far east in rock form and be made in to tools. Would love to know the story of how those rocks covered so much distance. Great stuff :cool:
Imagine how big those pieces of Obsidian were before they were made into those large blades. They had to be huge! I bet them injins had some bad backs. :bounce:
 
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