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Native American Arrowheads12 of 114arrow heads (flint knapping)North Carolina Arrowheads  from Bethania NC
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    Posted 1 year ago

    Dannytwofe…
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    This arrow Head with two drilled circles is a woodland early period point used a currancy as money to get goods to buy the exchange system I also found pottery shards all found in Bethania North Carolina muddy creek

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 1 year ago
      Looks like a quartzite point. It doesn't chip like flint and so are usually cruder looking.
    2. Dannytwofeathers Dannytwofeathers, 1 year ago
      Yes it is a quartzite and very crude it was a currancy for trade many have the drill holes this one has two drill holes not all are like this many forms and types they have been used in the Clovis and through out time and there being found still hold history of trade and should be taught that the exchange between people existed among the bands long ago having my first trade find is a history I can actually tell a story about in my writings
    3. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 1 year ago
      Very interesting finds! Thanks for posting.

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