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  • #31
    Knife North central Colorado.
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    Look to the ground for it holds the past!

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    • #32
      Kemmling chert central Colorado.
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      Look to the ground for it holds the past!

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      • #33
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        Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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        • #34
          Here’s a few from eastern North Carolina.
          Last edited by Bloody Fourth; 02-11-2018, 03:35 PM.

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          • #35
            Sorry Chase. but these are the only tools that I have to share. Click image for larger version

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            Bruce
            In life there are losers and finders. Which one are you?

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            • chase
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              Man oh man Bruce those are some great tools!

          • #36
            More tools , old broke knives
            Greg that second pic is a cutie .
            You are the one that actually made me go back and look at my chips .
            Lots of thumbnail scrappers .

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            • #37
              Originally posted by tomclark View Post
              One of the best threads and subjects EVUH
              FL Tampa Bay to Gainesville. Darkest are oldest in this group.
              Agreed

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              • #38
                Here are two of my favorites One fr the cortex the other for the patination.
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                Look to the ground for it holds the past!

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                • #39
                  Inspired by Bruce.

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                  • 2ndoldman
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                    Very cool. My area is just not old enough to find those. 👍

                • #40
                  This has to be by far my craziest find . There was just a post on what did I find .. it was a maybe bolo stone . Well heck I don’t know what that is so I goggle it . This pops up and in Stewart county Georgia where I found this . What a shame it’s broken . But I think it was a bolo stone That broke and was then used as a hammer stone . I included pics from
                  peachtree archiology
                  What do you guys think .My find is the 3rd red one ...

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                  • #41
                    Bola stone
                    Bolo is another bird story sorry stuck in my head .

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                    • #42
                      Originally posted by Hi-Lo View Post
                      Inspired by Bruce.

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                      What era do you think those are from . Pretty cool .

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                      • Hi-Lo
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                        Research suggests A.D. 1580-1650 Tam.

                    • #43
                      Here are a few I have found in my short time hunting. I have had better luck on tools than points so far. All are Texas finds.Drill, Adze, Hafted scrapers, and thumb scrapers.

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                      • #44
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                        • #45
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