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    Jan 2020
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    Stone Tomahawk

    Hi, I found this in my local town Mishawaka Indiana US and was asking any help on Identifying it any further. It seems it was Pecked then polished. It is 3.5 inches x 1.75 inches and 1 inch thick.
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    the boss

    Mar 2008
    south dakota
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    Welcome to the forum??

    Sorry to say it looks completely natural to me. No sign of workmanship on it that I can see.
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    A very young old man

    Aug 2005
    Beautiful Florida
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    Smooth rock. Welcome & keep looking. Indiana has some great stuff to be found.
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    You call someplace "paradise" kiss it goodbye.
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    Jun 2009
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    Yup, natural but some of the farm land near you is absolutely great hunting. My grandparents and some uncles farmed about 15 miles from you, and I found some great relics up there.
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    Oct 2011
    Indiana
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    I'm in LaPorte county, still just a rock. But keep on looking, plenty of artifacts around your area.
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  6. #6

    Feb 2006
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    You found a rock. Congratulations. Next step is to pick up a few handbooks and field guides.

    Time for more coffee.

 

 

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