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    us
    Sep 2020
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    Pa. Creek walking finds

    First time here. Me and my son love creek walking. Have some photos of some things we found. The one looks like a bird on one side and when you flip it over it is either a snapping turtle or another kind of bird. Please let me know if attachments did not come over. Thank youClick image for larger version. 

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    jeff of pa and H.P. like this.

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    A very young old man

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    Welcome, I believe you have a naturally formed rock.
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    Natural, but the one that looks like a hammer is really cool. Keep that one!

  4. #4
    us
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    Agreed, all natural.

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    Mike

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    Agree with above comments
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    H.P.

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    Yupp all of the above

  7. #7
    us
    Oct 2011
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    if these were in fact artifacts there would no question

  8. #8
    us
    Sep 2020
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    Uncle Mac explain what you mean in your statement

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    Sorry, they are all natural stones, not artifacts.
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    I also agree. Naturally formed rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jogtac View Post
    Uncle Mac explain what you mean in your statement
    They do not exhibit any indication of alteration by human hands--only by mother nature.

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    Apr 2008
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    Jogtac, glad to have you and your son with us. Welcome aboard.

    Your pieces are are all naturally fractured creek stones. Very common in most creeks.

    There are are quite a few posts on here about Stone Tools. You can search by that or search by a members name. I have quite a few posts on Axes, Celts, Pestles, Hammerstones, Hoes, etc. Do a search on my name and check some out.

    Dont give up yet. Do research on your area to see what materials and types you should be looking for. Get permission and try plowed fields after good rains as well as creeks. Good luck to you both and Happy Hunting!
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    Here you go. This may help you out.

    Stone Tools
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jogtac View Post
    Uncle Mac explain what you mean in your statement
    here is a general rule of thumb....if it looks like Fred Flintstone made it, then it is not an artifact.

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    us
    Jan 2013
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    I'll leave the identifications to the experts. I'd like to welcome you to the forums and tell you that I think it's great that you and your son are spending time together exploring and bonding. Cherish it. It doesn't last long.

    And to quote The Grim Reaper above, "Do research on your area to see what materials and types you should be looking for. Get permission and try plowed fields after good rains as well as creeks. Good luck to you both and Happy Hunting!"

 

 

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