✅ SOLVED Found my first arrowhead/point yeaterday

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Found my first arrowhead while metal detecting in a river. Actually was digging out a copper/brass signal and dug this out in a scoop of sand and gravel.

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New to Native American artifacts. Any idea of type, age, material, etc will be helpful.

Found in north central WV. I believe Adena were in the area, not sure what other tribes.

Thanks.
 

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Trying to research. Looks similar to one called a Buck Creek or a Buck Garden. Others in this area that appear similar are Kanawha and Kessell.
 
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Thats a great find congrats Ive been looking for one for a long time, some day soon I hope.. Great post and hope you find many more.....Tommy
 

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