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    Some drills, beads, and a few others. Kuhn farm Chosocton County, Oh. Early 70's.
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    It would seem we are now up a famous tributary without any means of locomotion.

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    Cool stuff. Is the big projectile an Adena?
    #TEXIT!

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    Very cool ,great job on the display case. Those got to be a blast to find. Thanks for sharing them,Tommy
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    Looks like you found many drills at this location. Like the beads, and the points. Very nice
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    Excellent Ohio artifacts, I've hunted Coshocton county quite a bit and never found any beads, they look to be shell?.
    Might call that big knife an Adena-Hopewell?
    Killer pencil drill too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Relicgrubber View Post
    Cool stuff. Is the big projectile an Adena?
    Yes an Adena.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quinn View Post
    Looks like you found many drills at this location. Like the beads, and the points. Very nice
    Actually all those were found by the landowners son. My older brother knew them and we would go look on their property. They had tons of stuff & we bought & traded a lot years ago. These are some Adena's & other points we found there.


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    Great looking Ohio artifacts. That farm had occupation for a very long time. I see Early Archaic all the way through Ft Ancient/Mississipian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grim Reaper View Post
    Great looking Ohio artifacts. That farm had occupation for a very long time. I see Early Archaic all the way through Ft Ancient/Mississipian.
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    This Paleo is from the same farm.
    Last edited by newnan man; Feb 23, 2021 at 06:53 PM.
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    here's my best from Cochocton County, found in the village of Warsaw, at a new house location.

    double fluted, 2 3/8" long.
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    That is one of the nicest Clovis points I've seen. Coshocton flint too.
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    I found a big flint outcrop south of Nellie years ago on public land while grouse hunting.

    It's incredible, footstool size pieces of flint here and there, and a dry stream bed with millions of flakes.
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    Paleoindian-Early Archaic tools
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    here's my best from Cochocton County, found in the village of Warsaw, at a new house location.

    double fluted, 2 3/8" long.
    Nice type example of a Barnes Point, showing the "Barnes finishing technique" that distinguishes these (and Cumberland and Folsom) from Clovis (proper) and Gainey points -- i. e., the additional thinning strike in the flute.
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