native american artifact

  1. Misc native artifacts

    Found over 100 ft from a stream off the James River In Eastern South Dakota (near Huron). Few pieces on top are difficult to show their qualities via photo; more to them than they appear. A bead in the center. Grinding stone. Etc. Welcome any and all input.
  2. Nutting stones, anvil stones/pitted con

    Nutting stones. Aka pitting stones, anvil stones, etc. Another few finds from the the family property in eastern SD along a crick off the James River.
  3. SD effigy

    Found this in eastern SD near a creek off the James River. Effigy
  4. Drill,Knife & Quartz knife tip

    Hello, :hello: I got out in my favorite creek today & on the walk to it I found what I thought was a flint chip with mud on it so I picked it up (thank goodness!), when I got home & washed it off I got a very nice surprise! :headbang: A quartz knife tip ( & just to let you know in this SMALL...
  5. Native American Axe type tool or just a rock?

    Come one someone please help! Found this in New Jersey, and it looks like an axe of some sort. Any input?
  6. New here! I think I'm living on a camp site?Artifacts, moqui marbles,possible tools??

    Hi everyone ! I live in SW Florida on the gulf coast- recently I have been finding TONS of stuff on my property while digging and I am not sure which are artifacts, tools, or fossils.. I live near a creek so I think my house may have been put on a native camp site. My tree also has several...
  7. Knife & Bead

    Haven't posted in a LONG while cause I haven't found much besides footprints & brokes! lol I found these few worth posting. The first is what I think is a couple of Knifes? The next I was hoping it was a bead,thought was just another Crinoid fossil but zooming in on it, It looks to have...
  8. Unique

    Hi all. I own a ranch in SE Oklahoma rich in Native American, Paleolithic, and Neolithic artifacts. Sunday I returned to an old campsite in the woods I discovered last year.. Recent rains usually reveal new items. Along with much broken flint... I found arrowheads, a motar, nice hand ax. This...
  9. Strange Rock Found in Tuckasegee River

    Three years ago I saw what appeared to be a large gold nugget in a shallow section of the Tuckasegee River in Bryson city, NC. Upon picking up the object I quickly realized it was no gold but something far more interesting. I first saw the smooth side with two perfectly semi-circular holes going...
  10. Another treasure that I couldnt take home...

    Another treasure that I couldn't take home... Another Indian Ruin site. There are more popular locations about 45 minutes away but this one, as are most of my favorites, are a little off the beaten trail and it deters a lot of visitors. A lot of people don't seem to enjoy hiking through snake...
  11. Scrapper

    Probably the biggest scrapper I have. ( not that its very big). You can see some hefty chunks were removed from this rock. Having this big scrapper is cool but I'm really curious what the rest of this stone was used for and more importantly, where is it now? lol btw, I finally got around to...
  12. I wanted it too much

    I typically dont hunt in creek beds but this weekend I did. A lot of you seem to have some good luck with it and this area has produced a wide range of artifacts before. I found possibly the most eroded sherd of pottery in my collection so far and flake waste which is all fine and dandy but its...
  13. Possible Native American site???

    Alright good people of TreasureNet, I am in need of your help once again. Somewhere in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona is a very large hilltop (locals call it a mountain but it's not). At the base of that hilltop are petroglyphs, extremly common for this area. On the other side of the hill, I've...
  14. Petroglyph Discovery

    I've seen lots of arrowheads, flake knives, pottery and the like but I haven't seen too many petroglyphs on this site so I figured I post a few that my friend and I discovered hiding in a canyon in North East Arizona. These are extremely old and extremely hard to get to as it requires a lot of...
  15. 8 1/4" x 2 1/8" INDIAN SPEARPOINT

    Bought this at a Garage Sale out in the country about 15 years ago for $75. I would like to know if the story the guy told me is true about finding them all during the building of Del Webb's Sun City in Georgetown, TX. The centerpiece SPEARPOINT is 8 1/4" x 2 1/8" and no chips or impefections...
  16. Is this a Native American artifact?

    Hello all! I found this oddly shaped rock near a river by the flatirons. I was actually looking for a rock to shape into an axe head later this week and after picking this up it looked like the work was already done. it has a partially flattened top and bottom and at the wider end it gets...
  17. my best finds in the four corners area!!!!!

    i cant remember where i found all these but they are some of my best finds so what do you think?
  18. Broken Native American artifact?

    I was metal detecting and thought, "It would cool to find a Native American artifact." Then I looked down and saw a strange stone that appeared to be worked on a while back. The place I was metal detecting had Native Americans living there, and is named after Native Americans. Anyway, do you...
  19. Florida Enthusiast

    I am new to the site and have always has a passion for Native American life. I studied it in college and devoted 4 years of learning to locations and all types of case studies for Native American history. I have grown up in North Florida in the heart of Arrowhead country, but now i live in Fort...
  20. need help identifying indian artifacts origin

    This artifact was found outside of Belleville, IL in 1934 while my great grandfather was tilling a garden with a push cultivator outside of his house. Along with the rock were arrow tips and a broken spear with these items. After contacting the Cahokia Museum about these items they replied back...
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