Two Bolens

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sandchip

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We may just have to agree to disagree on things here. In my opinion, the first of the second pair of points posted is also a Big Sandy. Around here (west central Georgia) they are commonly found, many times on the same site. They seem to run contemporaneously, but still have distinctly different bases, while almost identical blade edges and resharpenings. I still don't know what to think of the weirdo Bolen, but I sure like it! I've even wondered if it may've been picked up and resharpened by a later Tallahassee culture.
 

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