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Bethania North Carolina

I been doing my local searches most what I find are creek finds and been in many locations here lately I been finding stone carved works and doing my searches I haveI been doing my local searches most what I find are creek finds and been in many locations here lately I been finding stone carved works and doing my searches I have found a small area,full of artifacts and these abraiding stones works are all different (Read more)

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Clovis blade  unfluted  pottery shards half crecsent NC artifacts  - Native Americanin Native American
Native  American trade point NC artifact  - Native Americanin Native American
Wagon wheel axle hub 18th century  - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
North Carolina Arrowheads  from Bethania NC  - Native Americanin Native American
Madison from the Mississippian era found in NC  - Native Americanin Native American
North Carolina artifacts morrow and  Halifax both found in the muddy creek in Bethania NC  - Native Americanin Native American
Native American abrasive sharpening stone for sharpening bone needles and smoothing the bone needles hand held stone  - Native Americanin Native American
NC artifacts found in the muddy creek in Bethania - Native Americanin Native American
Native American artifacts Bethania NC  - Native Americanin Native American
Native American stone art works NC  artifacts - Native Americanin Native American

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  1. 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...
  2. How can water make so many straight lines and no ripples all the lines going in all directions and not a curve that shows no current this is no theory only logic having found 200 of these worked sharp...
  3. Very nice chunkee gaming piece i have found one not long ago i know the pottery game pieces were made by woman for there children and fathers also made them for there children also the edge work is ...
  4. Thank you i live right near the settlement i am so glad to be able to share all my finds from my adventures here in my village my collection is very huge there is still more work i am doing h...
  5. Thank you i just got some great info on some of my finds this one is in fact a war club and shaft straightener for the arrowheads never knew that this find had another purpose besides bashing he...
  6. This artifact is updated and new break through of this find more than a just a stone artwotk but a working artifact for the shafts to straighten the cane or so the arrowheads could be added once the...
  7. I only found one it is 97 percent intact just some of the rim is missing it is on the collectors weekly in my collection of artifacts i had found and recovered in my archeology and in my research th...
  8. East central Maccorkle early archaic beautiful find
  9. Very nice and beautiful collection some do resemble the types found in north carolina like the morrows and stannleys and kirks the indigneous people from the woodland period and even the plains ...
  10. Thank you Nathaniel J
  11. The pestil is a pendant the black walnut is a fossil petrified i thought putting the walnut in would give you the purpose in how the nut cracker was used the heavy round hammerstone would had been us...
  12. Nutting stones are ancient prehistoric nut crackers used for break hard nits the hardest nut that were common in this time period were the black walnuts and some had a out soft shell that would had b...
  13. Very beautiful collection you have and thanks for the showing of your collection keep the clovis documented one day the clovis areas would be mapped some areas there is no documentations and are hi...
  14. My guess is it goes to the pre columbian era or later as the 19th century very worked piece love the craftmanship of the woman with child it all depends on what kind of glazing was used
  15. I can see a bear if you look very careful in the back behind the archway what do you see ?
  16. I can actually see a story in this beautiful fine art work what do you think leave your comments below
  17. The black inside the bowl is water it was very wet and had to air dry the light color is dry and i can tell you that there is no sign of burning only when they done the making of this piece when it ...
  18. The rim is part there and it was in the creek the bowl is too small to be used for cooking and this drinking bowl has been seen by experts from tha archeology dept they had agreed it was exactly w...
  19. I dont think it was used for battle but a part for hunting to hit there kill over the head so they would not suffer and i do hold this knowledge thanks for your showing your find
  20. It is definately abraded works from stone or bone tooling i have many in my collection all found here in bethania nc i think there is a connection from your area to here in my area in bethania nc the...
  21. You have a grinding bowl with a pestal used for grinding corn herbs and grain some can be used in medicines as well very nice piece and love the complete piece without the pestil it would be just ...
  22. I am native american and these works of art is a lost art not found on land or on mounds and truth is ihave many videos on my searches in finding these works not one has. not been found but i...
  23. These sandstone and soapstones are all popping out of the two creeks here in my village these works are in there frameworks that were building there rock foundations and some you can see in some chim...
  24. I am very interested getting help in my stone art abrading stone art works these pieces i have collected and saved are all different in sizes and two types of stone all done by tooling and are all ...
  25. If these shards could talk this one would tell one )ong travel from the south western to north carokina and how oeople adapted to a new life i do feel that tribes were working with one another as a co...
  26. I wish i could help it is totally hard to say what type of species it is very interesting find and very old
  27. It is,paleolithic spear point killing big game,bear bison and other large animals,once,they are,down they spear for quick death sorry for the blunt language,but i speak truth wild game,was sometimes ...
  28. Thank you so much for your comment yes,i should be recognized, but offortunately i have no help here in this,region and not to many people here understand the segificant of these art works,and,mess...
  29. The turtle is the symbol of the Lenopi people this could be either 1800 or 1900 the,turtle is the,symbol of our tribe
  30. Check Lenopi from the Delaware region the turtle is our turtle symbol
  31. The turtle is the symbol of the Lenoir people this could be either 1800 or 1900 the,turtle is the,symbol of our tribe
  32. Most of these Abraiding stones all have Double strikings and were all found in one area and are all different designs and shapes
  33. I like to see the other side for more braiding they tooled all over them from side to side front and back top and bottom the nicest ones I found I posted I am doing a,live stream on these stones there...
  34. I am native American not to many people know the culture of our ways,we did a lot and my ancestors,did know how to work tools and eventually Abraiding stones were turned to art there done on all sides...
  35. There,is a difference between plow and hand tooled Abraiding stones I live in a area,were the creeks tie together and all the hills and trees are all to close in and there is no fields that been plowe...
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