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    us
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    I want to see some paleo points

    It may have already been done but letís see some of your paleo points... unfortunately I havenít found one yet to kick things off.
    Last edited by Older The Better; Jul 10, 2019 at 08:19 PM.

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    I'll start with a few Paleoindian to early Archaic Great Basin Stemmed Cluster.
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    After my nap I'll take some pics. MOST were purchased but I have a few I found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monsterrack View Post
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    Ah, very jealous!!

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    Here's a group of Paleo Lances from the Great Basin
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    I found these about 30 yrs when I was a little fella.. both from the same place, a few feet apart. Click image for larger version. 

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    Great points everyone thanks for sharing letís keep em rolling

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    Al of my local Paleo finds and acquisitions are in one tray so I'll just show it. All of the tools are personal finds from basically one site or the fields surrounding it. The small almost exhausted Clovis is from that same site and the bigger bluish one was found about 3 miles up river.
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    Prof. Shellman

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    Gah y'all are spoiled lol. I've been to some of the best Paleo sites in America here in FL and I ain't hit it big, lol.
    A point found amongst Suwannee points, a paleo square knife found with Suwannee points and a coral Simpson base and a baybottom chert Suwannee base. Finally, a fire-cracked funky "Clovis"Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomclark View Post
    Gah y'all are spoiled lol. I've been to some of the best Paleo sites in America here in FL and I ain't hit it big, lol.
    A point found amongst Suwannee points, a paleo square knife found with Suwannee points and a coral Simpson base and a baybottom chert Suwannee base. Finally, a fire-cracked funky "Clovis"Click image for larger version. 

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    Iíd be happy with those , that long blade is killer... all nice finds
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Grim Iíve got a similar ...what I call a knife.. to what youíve got, is there anything that says yours is paleo or is it just based off of where and what you found it with?
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    Here is a nice Pryor stemmed point I scored a few weeks ago in SE Nebraska. At least thatís what I think it is. The base is ground smooth as a babyís butt all the way around and it barely has any shoulders. I first thought Hardin, but I was informed by a friend that he felt it was definately a Pryor. Either way, I am happy with my find🤘Click image for larger version. 

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    These are gonna be about as close as I can get. Found all three either in the water or on the bank. Can't say that I've ever found even a piece of a Clovis, land or water.

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    From the Sugarloaf Site, Ma., a Bull Brook fluted point with reattached channel flake...

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    From the North River, Ma., Normanskill Chert....

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    From the North River, Ma. a Late Paleo Ste. Anne- Varney lance....

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