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Finding arrow heads
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Charles(Mo)    Posted 12-01-2003 at 18:00:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
We found 4 arrow heads out at the new house this weekend. Right around the house, where the dirt from the basement was backfilled.

Then this morning, I was talking to a friend out at his place about setting a couple of poles for electric to his pig houses and I looked down and there was another one. This one was almost perfect. There used to be a log house right where we were standing, that he had dismantled and stacked in a shed. And this arrow head must have been under it.

It's kind of cool finding those things. The last person to have touched it was an indian 800 years ago.


bulldinkie    Posted 12-02-2003 at 05:15:19       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I found some on my property in the stream.That isneat.

John    Posted 12-01-2003 at 20:35:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
last time i found an arrowhead it was stuck in my Caravan's tire on a -10 degree snowy night. grrrrr. not a fun time to change a tire.

Juliana    Posted 12-01-2003 at 19:45:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
Better watch out. You know that the Indians will come back and haunt your home if it is on sacred burial grounds. ;-)

deadcarp    Posted 12-01-2003 at 18:10:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
they used flintstone around here and always worked near water -after they dredged the creek and it rained, oh lordy there were lotsa discarded arrowheads around. when my mom was little, there was a tribe still living along the swamp and they maintained mounds etc. then smallpox got into them so they're gone and the mounds weathered and got plowed down. now it's just another corn field.

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