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    Nov 2020
    s.e. Minnesotaís driftless area
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    A fat.. crude paleo

    I believe it to be paleo. If so, itís my only.
    This was a ridgetop surface find.
    The maker tried to thin it down.
    Looks like the stack won.. not a hint of any other artifact
    On that ridge since.Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #2

    Jun 2014
    California
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    Angostura would be my best guess nice find .
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    H.P.

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    Safety Harbor Florida
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    Good one...and love the pics, that’s what I’m talkin bout,Lol.

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    Treasure every day!

    Aug 2005
    Beautiful Florida
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    I love knarly points.
    Don't believe anything you hear and only 1/2 of what you see!

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    Mike

    Apr 2020
    Columbus, GA
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    Stacks add character
    🐜 🎤 Columbus, Georgia

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    Mar 2018
    Todds Point, IL
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    Looks like a failed Clovis to me. Medial ridge both sides, failed fluting platform on one side. Material must have been really tough. Gary
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