native american artifact

  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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?
  5. 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...
  6. 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...
  7. 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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