I found this today at the base base of my treestand. No idea of how many times I've passed it over the years. I thought it was wood but when I picked it up it was stone.
Using the pic as reference, the side facing the camera is smooth and the top is smooth, bottom and other side are more rough.
I'm sure the Native Americans used many tools, could this be a stone wedge?
Our forefathers didn't bury their guns. They buried those that tried to take them.
I am by no means an anthropologist but the Native American artifacts I have seen all seem to have more rounded, worn edges often to a degree of almost being polished. Again could be wrong but looks like a sandstone too which would be a pretty poor choice for any sort of impact tool.
It may be a celt but its awfully symmetrical. Google "Indian celt" I'll show the pic to my relic hunting buddy when I get a chance and see what he says.
I showed the pic to my buddy. He doesn't seem to think its a celt. He said if it is a relic, it may be a preform of something. He said he's never seen anything like that before. I suspect its more modern because of how symmetrical it is. Whatever it is, its still pretty cool.
I don't have ducks. I don't have rows. I have squirrels. And they're drunk.