Cumberland County Arrowheads

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  1. manumuskin

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    12,000 years of stone tool manufacture? he's going to present everything twice? ! :)
     
  2. 46er

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    He was probably using the Penobscot Nation calendar :D
     
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    Sounds like just making a simple stone arrowhead must take a really long time!
     
  4. manumuskin

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    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!
     

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    Great finds Al. Keep them coming.
     
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  6. 46er

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    #26 46er, Jul 18, 2018 at 9:14 AM
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