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    Early site frame

    From southern West Virginia.
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    Paleoindian-Early Archaic tools

    Re: Early site frame

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    Re: Early site frame

    Nice !! Is all that from a single early site? It all looks like my kinda material. How early are you thinking? Looks like horn stone and chert. I like the tools
    HH
    TnMtns
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    Re: Early site frame

    37 this maybe my last post,so i wanted top say hello and great finds dude!
    aint gonna find any heads sittin on the couch

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    Re: Early site frame

    Dont leave dude, just wait out the storm... but if you do, take it easy and good luck man.
    " Stay frosty, gents "

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    Re: Early site frame

    Great Display !
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    Flintfinder of Mo.

    Re: Early site frame

    Dont anyone leave. Someone tell me whats going on. we are grown ups and we can get passed a few words, and hard feelings.. Nice frame by the way. John

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    Re: Early site frame

    Quote Originally Posted by greg-rocks
    37 this maybe my last post,so i wanted top say hello and great finds dude!
    You are Now #3

    Please advise me why & If you have any
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    I Have a Hunch we May need to get Rid of a Member here.

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    gb
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    Re: Early site frame

    Nice finds are they all Rhyolite?
    The reason I ask is I have a blade the light blue with cream patina on it..Third from the end, second row.

    Molly.

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    Re: Early site frame

    Thirty7 is gone.
    Please read our rules and enjoy the site. TreasureNet.com Rules

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    Re: Early site frame

    Quote Originally Posted by TnMountains
    Nice !! Is all that from a single early site? It all looks like my kinda material. How early are you thinking? Looks like horn stone and chert. I like the tools
    HH
    TnMtns
    (back from hiatus v2.0) Thanks Tn, the lanceolate points suggest late paleo, but, the two small fluted points to the right suggest an earlier timeframe.
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    Re: Early site frame

    Quote Originally Posted by Molly
    Nice finds are they all Rhyolite?
    The reason I ask is I have a blade the light blue with cream patina on it..Third from the end, second row.

    Molly.
    Tn, Molly, as far as materials go it's a mix of local chert, hornstone, kanawha, chalcedony, and hillsdale chert/ flint. I dont see much rhyolite up here, but when I do find some it's always the dark variety.
    " Stay frosty, gents "

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    pickaway

    Re: Early site frame

    Great artifacts...

 

 

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