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For those who like early American projectiles


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Too early, perhaps?


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So, are they all from the same place? What part of the country do they come from?

There is a paperback encyclopedia that documents all of the styles of all the different tribes. It is amazing that there are such subtle differences that you can tell who made them.

I only have one arrowhead that I found on a deer trail in Utah.
Sometimes it feels like I've been collecting for a loooooong time.
Morning John - or I guess good evening to you. Part were from mid-Michigan, given to me by my great grandfather, and part were some I recovered from private land in New Mexico while I was stationed at White Sands. You are correct, I took a number of Archeology courses from NMSU, an experienced individual can determine much about region and more specifically the dates, all based on point design and material.