Spanish of French arrow heads from colonial era...I think.
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    GWW

    Spanish of French arrow heads from colonial era...I think.

    Had one of these from several years ago and then just found another on a 1680-1720 site. Sure looks like this is what I have found. The top one is broken and chipped on the other end.

    Here is the site where I got my info:


    http://www.artifacts.org/Artifacts.htm

    HH, Gary!

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    dneyedli@res1.mts.net

    Spanish of French arrow heads from colonial era...I think.

    Without looking at the site provided, your artifacts appear to me to be "janglers" or tinkling cones that were made from cut kettle pieces and worn by Indians. Having detected many fur trade sites here in the north, I have found many of these. Native Americans still wear "janglers" on Pow Wow costume today, although a more cheaper, mass - produced version.
    Dave.

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    Re: Spanish of French arrow heads from colonial era...I think.

    that is real history there
    Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda
    "You'll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me"
    And he sang as he shoved that jumbuck in his tucker bag,
    "You'll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me".

 

 

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