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    Posted 10 years ago

    RJPOINTS
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    The first is a 3" Kirk Corner Notch that I found in Cherokee County Alabama last winter and the second is a near 6" Cobbs Triangular knife that I found in Harden County Tennessee 10+ years ago. They are still out there!

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    1. lawat56 lawat56, 10 years ago
      i love arrowheads because i have little indian blood in me and have pick up these pieces of history for over 40years and have some AR. and TN. both and love to see any type of indian arrowheads or tools that they might have used,great pieces i don't get to hunt for much any more but every now and then have friend that takes me out on his place and find some after he's plowed for planting his corn crops thanks for sharing
    2. arlene, 10 years ago
      I love these! My uncle was 1/2 Blackfoot and used to take us arrowhead hunting when I was growing up around the Potomac and tributaries in WV. My cousins and i found some tomahawk and quite aa few arrowheads - which i gave to my male cousins -- boy am I made now. Used to be farmers woulld let folks look but it is MUCH HARDER now to gain access to another's land.
    3. TammyInCarolina TammyInCarolina, 10 years ago
      I am quarter Cherokee, and I have my grandfather's collection from the 50's, when he was a Scoutmaster....Will try to get them posted soon...Still going through all of his and my grandmother's thing's!
    4. MarilynD826 MarilynD826, 10 years ago
      Arlene, I recently posted some prints and bio regarding the Blackfeet Indians.

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