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Here is some of my Luzerne co.susquehanna river finds last two yrs.I believe to be late woodland period,some hammerstones net sinkers, pottery shards,triangle points.Im not sure of the stone bowl, (mortor? that was found in fishing creek Benton.Iam pretty new to this,but have a good spot, and having fun.Iam not sure of all the stone artifacts any help in identifying would help. thanks.




(The Piece next to the bowl is a broken clay pipe)


 

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Triangles are hard to pin down and i think a couple may be river rocks but I can't identify any of them. if you go to arrowheads com someone will probably help id them.
 

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Sweet find's.. The bowl shaped rock was used to grind corn and nuts into flour. This is what we where told this spring when my buddy found one.
 

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Callmaker60 said:
Wouldn't it be nice to know the history of the items.
Thats exactly what i was thinking! That arrowhead could be the modern "30.06" that the hunter was very proud of. I can't imagine hunting with a arrowhead
 
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