A collection of Florida arrowheads might include examples of the Newnan, Clovis, or Bolen styles of knapping. As an authenticator I have been blessed and exposed to relics and artifacts from all over North America and Canada. The area and the configuration of the pointed arrowhead are sufficient to limit your options to just 12 potential types. The base of this Boggy Branch type has a bulbous shape. When you're visiting in Arkansas come by and say hello.
One additional note: I feel it is important enough to add this to the home page. Caddo Antiques Town Square Gallery P. This section contains any flaked stone implements other than projectile points and knives made by Native Americans. Anything else we can say about Indian arrowheads? The book was written by C. Base shapes include straight Etley , convex Yosemite , straight to convex Cherokee , concave Turney , straight to concave Stilwell and even bifurcated Gower. Many lakes and ponds are man made and are not much older than 50 to 100 years. Pressure flaking was achieved by placing a pointed tool, such as an antler horn, on the edge of the stone, and applying an inward pressure to the tool to remove a small, thin flake from the stone.
We also have many spear points or spearheads, as well as axe blades or axe heads that were made by different native amercian tribes. Please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts about the value of arrowheads. We buy, sell, and trade native american indian artifacts. Both of these possibilities can produce a significant amount of artifacts. Though some consider arrowheads mere debris of past ages, they hold great historical significance and provide valuable insight to long-gone cultures.
However, when we talk about arrowheads today, we generally only refer to those arrowheads that were made out of stone. We are an independant and professional authentication service and specialize in the evaluation of prehistoric ancient relics from the Paleo Period, Archaic period, Woodland Period, and Mississippian Period from all over the U. Shoulder: The wide portion of the blade immediately above the stem. I have traveled to the Amazon Jungle and traded with the natives. Creeks and Rivers Taking time to hunt for arrowheads along creeks and rivers can prove to be very productive.
While doing so, I looked down and lying on the surface between my two feet was a perfect, beautiful black obsidian arrowhead. Please look over my store because I am sure you will find something you will want or need. Fortunately, new and less-destructive analyses are continually being developed. The second type of Boggy Branch arrowhead is found in a much larger area of the United States, extending up to Virginia. This section contains artifacts developed by Native Americans through a peck and grind technology or that were used in that process. You can help with this continual process by recording your finds and letting archaeologists document them through photography and measurements.
For example, until the 1990s nearly every silicified sandstone artifact found in the Upper Mississippi Valley was classified as having been made of material from the well-known Silver Mound source in western Wisconsin. At the present I have my own dig. For example, Paleo-Indian fluted spear tips, dating between 11,300 and 10,200 years ago uncalibrated , have been found in every state between the Rocky Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. They were crafted to form sharpened V-shaped points with the utilization of flint stones to serve as their tool in hunting for food and their weapon during warfare. I have enjoyed collecting, trading and selling North American Indian artifacts, arrowheads, spears and work tools all my life. For more information go to. In the long run, these will be much more valuable to you than a set of artifacts from places long since forgotten.
Ten basic categories for overall shape exist: triangle Starr , leaf Nolan , articulate Pelican , lanceolate Frazier , stemmed Alachua , contracting stem Datil , notched Carter , side notched Klunk , basal notched Ytais and corner notched Mackinaw. These large sharp flakes were then broken down into smaller usable, thinner pieces of stone. Because of the importance of material identification to understanding past cultural ranges and interaction networks, many professional archaeological institutes have established comparative lithic collections with examples from source areas. The site is located at arrowheads. This section contains artifacts and arrowheads such as Dovetail, Kirk, Benton, Pin tree and other related artifacts specific to the Archaic time period which lasted for over 7000 years. As mentioned earlier, modern roads often times follow the trails that Native Americans originally created. Does it have any visible nicks or chips? Since there are several types of arrowheads, you would need knowledge to properly tell them apart.
Some Indian campsites were used continuously for hundreds of years, while others might have only been used briefly. Some native tribes also used projectile points to spear fish and eels. Call us - ask about our fossils, our arrowheads, our indian stone, or our genuine indian drills used for making special indian artifacts. Indians made arrowheads show their motivation and their creativity. And if they do, that information can very easily be proven as fake.