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« Reply #10 on: August 26, 2009, 06:48:52 am »
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tabdog;

You sure got that houn dog nose going, this IS interesting

The size was hard to tell, but I have seen the like of the 3 cornered one, before.... cords can be tied, on that, that will not slip off, and I Know it is used in nets.... I bet if you showed that to a South Slavey elder, he would agree, because, until this century, nets made of willow bark were still used, in Great Slave Lake!

The 'perfect' arrow head... I found one, in a field, right next to our house, about 1952, just laying on the surface, but it is made of fine grained black basalt.

danwebster, if you find any flat pieces, shaped like a dressmaker's chalk, it would be innocuous looking but it is a net measure, used to make all the holes the same. Keep an eye out.  Wise

GoldDigger1950 has a point, due to the size it could have been a re-sharpener or substitute for a coyote rib sharpener.

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« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2009, 01:05:47 pm »
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Thanks Goldigger,

I that is interestin for sure.

I may learn somethin after all.

Who said an old dog caint learn a new trick?

Happy Huntin,

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« Reply #12 on: August 29, 2009, 06:56:45 pm »
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Quote:Posted by tabdog
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I that is interestin for sure.

I may learn somethin after all.

Who said an old dog caint learn a new trick?

Happy Huntin,

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I always thought "old dogs" were supposed to LOOK for new things.... for a hound, a scent is always new, or he can not smell it. Right?  Shocked

Personally, I never believed in that saying... there is a better one: "When you stop learning, is when you are dead!"

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« Reply #13 on: August 29, 2009, 07:07:57 pm »
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Now that is a cool find.... fantastic...  Shocked Wink

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          good day!

     
       i've seen these stones only in national geographic books
     
         thanks!

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Hope the following link might be of some help.  Also PA's DCNR's sites might be a good reference point.
Have met folks here in the Chambersburg area that collect arrowheads with a passion..  Great Hobby.

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Hey Califdave,

     thanks for the useful site.   it will definitely make identifying mystery artifacts easier

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Quote:Posted by califdave
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Have met folks here in the Chambersburg area that collect arrowheads with a passion..  Great Hobby.

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That is a handy site, but if you read back, in the thread, you may understand, these were not real hunting arrow heads, they were likely votive, a present to the lake Gods or something. Slate is too soft for anything  except maybe a bird head.

Hey! Have you ever driven down a country road and seen the gobs of hay left in the center, some farmers offerings to the road Gods!

I do not believe those heads were ever meant to go on an arrow.

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De nada. Da, nichivo. Ehe, ewuko namowiyak.   Shocked Grin Grin Grin

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