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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-16-2014, 01:06 AM Thread Starter
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Arrowheads in Conestoga Pa?

Anyone finds any arrowheads in the Conestoga Pa area?

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Re: Arrowheads in Conestoga Pa?

Lancaster County has the highest number of Archaeological sites in the entire eastern part of the state. Walk the gravel bars in the Conestoga Creek, you're bound to find something. Also, check the creek banks, as they erode, artifacts will wash out. I usually hunt the Brandywine drainage in the same area where the famous " Dutt Collection" was gathered, but always wanted to collect the creeks out that way, especially the Pequea.
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