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    Posted 9 years ago

    pcmadison191
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    We acquired these arrowheads from a man that lives in Missouri but lived in Texas for a long time and thought they were from Texas but couldn't remember 100%. A friend that knows a little about arrowheads said the one on the left might be from the Paleo era and the corner tang he wasn't sure about. The corner tang is missing the very top and its notch is chipped as well. If anyone know about arrowheads and would like to share there tidbits about these two I would love to know.

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    1. TheGateKeeper TheGateKeeper, 9 years ago
      I am not an arrowhead expert, but I did find a corner tang in the Colleyville, Texas area. Don't think the corner tang was an arrowhead unless it was used for shooting around corners. I will leave the true identification to an expert. Do know that Caddo Indians lived in the area prior to the invasion of the white man. The flint was probably traded with Indians in the Texas Panhandle or they made trips from there to the flint quarries themselves.
    2. TheGateKeeper TheGateKeeper, 9 years ago
      I am not an arrowhead expert, but I did find a corner tang in the Colleyville, Texas area. Don't think the corner tang was an arrowhead unless it was used for shooting around corners. I will leave the true identification to an expert. Do know that Caddo Indians lived in the area prior to the invasion of the white man. The flint was probably traded with Indians in the Texas Panhandle or they made trips from there to the flint quarries themselves.
    3. pcmadison191 pcmadison191, 9 years ago
      Yeah you're probably right about the corner tang it looks more like a knife or something on those lines.
    4. pcmadison191 pcmadison191, 9 years ago
      Cool thank you bobby725
    5. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 9 years ago
      N-I-C-E!

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