Found these in Northeast Colorado

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I have posted this display before, except this one has about 10 of which i found in the last 3 years
 

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Nice. Thanks for posting. Do you have dates or tribes associated?
 

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Nice collection!

That big brown blade with the fine edge work and deep thinning overshot flake removals reminds me of a Folsom Ultrathin Blade.
 
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On top of the other questions about it I was curious do you get knife river flint there or is it something else?
Knife river flint? Im not sure, haven't came across another similar
 
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What a great grouping of finds!

That big brown one towards the bottom is amazing, how thin is it?
Is fairly thin, is glued to to the display from fear it would break from being handled
 
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Please post these in Native American Indian Artifacts further down the site. Very nice finds you have there.
I am confused on where to post it. The new format didn't seem to give me the option. I just aren't familiar enough with how to post correctly, and apologize for messing up.
 
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Nice. Thanks for posting. Do you have dates or tribes associated?
I might not have these in chronological order but I know that Apache Comanche
Nice. Thanks for posting. Do you have dates or tribes associated?
I might have the order messed up here but the tribes Apache, Comanche, Pawnee, Kiawah, Arapahoe, Sioux, Cheyenne
 
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On top of the other questions about it I was curious do you get knife river flint there or is it something else?
What a great grouping of finds!

That big brown one towards the bottom is amazing, how thin is it?
Wish it was a tad thicker to be honest, fear it could break , seems delicate, but thats probably more about being paranoid of damaging it, than it being actually too thin. Hot glued it to the display felt to keep it from being handled.
 
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I might not have these in chronological order but I know that Apache Comanche

I might have the order messed up here but the tribes Apache, Comanche, Pawnee, Kiawah, Arapahoe, Sioux, Cheyenne
 

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