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    NEW ARTIFACT EFFIGY

    I just acquired a group of artifacts from N.E. La. It's a claw effigy made from coal.Click image for larger version. 

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    I hunt and collect only Texas and Louisiana artifacts and I have never seen anything like it before. Thanks for sharing...
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    Are you sure it's coal and that it was found in La? Cannel coal beads and pendants are found in the Ohio Valley, and maybe elsewhere. I wonder if it may have been traded south for something of equal value to a northern tribe.
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    That is awesome!
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    It would seem we are now up a famous tributary without any means of locomotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirstscratcher View Post
    Are you sure it's coal and that it was found in La? Cannel coal beads and pendants are found in the Ohio Valley, and maybe elsewhere. I wonder if it may have been traded south for something of equal value to a northern tribe.
    I know for a fact of a canal coal bead that was found in East Central MS. There are areas that coal is exspode in MS. an LA.,where this came from your ideas are as good as mine. It was found just off the MS. river.
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    Nice piece!! I've only seen a couple coal items. Would be cool if you could match it up with some MS or La coal.
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    I like it, itís different. Thanks for the share
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    close up of the drilling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MosesOfTheSouth View Post
    close up of the drilling?
    There you go.
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