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Discussion in 'Photographers Phorum' started by manumuskin, May 26, 2018.
12,000 years of stone tool manufacture? he's going to present everything twice? !
He was probably using the Penobscot Nation calendar
Sounds like just making a simple stone arrowhead must take a really long time!
Another one I found today,front and back.My buddy found four arrowheads,one trade pipe made by Europeans (the bowl in perfect shape) and we found a fresh hole dug by a pothunter.He jumped into it and started looking at the wal,seen a dark spot and started scratching and pulled out a perfect tomahawk with knapped edge on one edge and a brainer end at the other.I only found the one shown here
PS this was found in the creek at the Honey Hole!
Great finds Al. Keep them coming.
If you want some fossilized shark teeth....