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    Here is a book for anyone that is interested in tool of the N.A's. It is The Native American Tool Box By Lloyd E. Schroder it contains information on numerous tools used by The N.A.'s. I think the book is on Amazon. I got my copy at one of the Peach State Archaeological society shows. Lloyd also is the webmaster of the Peach State Archaeological Society website and if you go to this site you can see a lot of information on points and tools. Photo of book and page in book where one of my tools is shown. Click image for larger version

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    Here is a box of some of my tools and points Click image for larger version

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    • #3
      Nice stuff ...tools are cool stuff I used to key in on arrowheads most of the time but now I look for tools too... Chipped and flaked and darker stone.... Thank for the tip on the book man

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      • #4
        That red background in your display shows the stuff really good

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        • #5
          Heres a cool tool I found... I looked it up once and I think they called it a... Flesher for removing flesh from large animals

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          • #6
            That is awesome Johnny thanks for sharing the book with us.
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            • willjo
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              A lot of the stuff in the book can be seen on the Peach State Archaeological web site.

          • #7
            Thanks Johnny , this might be a better book for identification being in our area . Congrats on getting your finds in there .

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            • #8
              Thanks Johnny I just got this book in the mail today!

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              • willjo
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                It is an interesting book and I think you will enjoy it.
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