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    Cumberland plateau, Tennessee . Tiny little point.

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    I like it
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    That is a tiny one! Nice find. Thanks for sharing.
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    mudman

    Feb 2017
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    Cool little point
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    "Didn't put enough dirt down....seen it right off."

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    Banjo Man

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    Nice "biffy".
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    Very nice small point.
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    Very cool.
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    Apr 2014
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    they are all tiny for the most part up here, at least my section of the Cumberland plateau. no real source of flint in natural outcrops, all sand stone. seems like everything....

    every tiny scrap of nice material got worked down to the nub that was brought in from various other areas by travelers.... " seasonal hunting grounds used by various tribes" . very few large points in my personal discovery. although there are a few close to OG never resharpened that i've come across which tend to blow my mind. drop off into areas on either side of the rise and things change a lot.

    nice point.
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