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    Summer Finds

    I moved to the country in June, and I'm pretty sure there was a camp on my land. The blade in the middle top row was found in a creek that runs through the pasture in 2011. The rest was all found around a knoll in our hay field. There is lots of chips and flakes laying around. I hate
    no-till fields...

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    The Fukarwee tribe would introduce themselves by saying "Hi, we're the Fukarwee."
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    Now I see them. That first one the blade is very nice, I like those flake blades.
    Personal finds were on private property which I have permission to hunt.
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    Welcome aboard. Good stuff there. There are no fields at all where I am. You will get it figured out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerhunter View Post
    I moved to the country in June, and I'm pretty sure there was a camp on my land. The blade in the middle top row was found in a creek that runs through the pasture in 2011. The rest was all found around a knoll in our hay field. There is lots of chips and flakes laying around. I hate
    no-till fields...
    Very nice artifacts Huskerhunter ...I like seeing some Nebr. finds.

    11KBP
    Last edited by 11KBP; Jan 28, 2013 at 02:28 PM.

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    I just have to be patient and wait for the heavy spring rains. My favorite piece is the pre-form. The bands look like a rainbow in sunlight. The bird stone is pretty neat too.
    The Fukarwee tribe would introduce themselves by saying "Hi, we're the Fukarwee."
    》-------->

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerhunter View Post
    I just have to be patient and wait for the heavy spring rains. My favorite piece is the pre-form. The bands look like a rainbow in sunlight. The bird stone is pretty neat too.
    I would focus a little more on the creek you mentioned.

    The lithic materials appear to have an eastern Nebr. look.

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    Right you are, 11KBP. It's my families farm and I have walked that creek for years and that is all I have found. The field I just started looking at this summer. Way more stuff there. And I might be wrong, but I think that blade is older than the rest of the finds. Mostly Woodlands in the field, and that blade? Not so sure...
    The Fukarwee tribe would introduce themselves by saying "Hi, we're the Fukarwee."
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    Nice finds, If its legal dig that knoll...
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    It's legal to dig, but it's a pretty large area and Gramps might not be to happy if I dig up his hay. Good suggestion though.
    The Fukarwee tribe would introduce themselves by saying "Hi, we're the Fukarwee."
    》-------->

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    The Fukarwee tribe would introduce themselves by saying "Hi, we're the Fukarwee."
    》-------->

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    This is the knoll....
    The Fukarwee tribe would introduce themselves by saying "Hi, we're the Fukarwee."
    》-------->

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    So if you are finding Woodland in the field where did you find that blade at? Ok I see. But the 2 look like the same material? The first 2?
    Last edited by rock; Nov 12, 2012 at 01:37 PM.
    Personal finds were on private property which I have permission to hunt.
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    Second row, middle piece, what is that? It certainly is odd. Are you sure it is an artifact? I'm not implying that it isn't, just curious about it. Thanks for sharing!!
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    Rock, I think they are the same material. I found the blade on the far left in the field and the knife blade next to it in the creek. The creek runs within a quarter mile of the knoll. And N.C., I'm not100% sure. It looks like a birds head and I found it among all the other stuff. As to it's purpose, or wether there even is one, you got me.
    The Fukarwee tribe would introduce themselves by saying "Hi, we're the Fukarwee."
    》-------->

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerhunter
    Rock, I think they are the same material. I found the blade on the far left in the field and the knife blade next to it in the creek. The creek runs within a quarter mile of the knoll. And N.C., I'm not100% sure. It looks like a birds head and I found it among all the other stuff. As to it's purpose, or wether there even is one, you got me.
    Bird head is the first thing that came to my mind. Don't run with that though. If you look through my posts' you'll see I'm notorious for using imagination. Nice finds!!
    Their were so many fewer questions when stars were still just the holes to heaven

 

 
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