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Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time

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12-21-2013 06:09:15

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What's also amazing is when I find an Indian Arrow Head I can remember the location of where I found each one and what crop was in the field. Some I have found while driving tractors, riding a bike thru the bean rows when I was a kid, some just walking or I even found one on the axle of an old potato digger I once had. The arrow head fell thru the rattle chain while in a dirt clod that landed on the 1" diameter axle. Then that night it rained and washed the dirt off from top of the arrow head and exposed it as it balance on some dirt on the top side of the little axle.

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12-21-2013 07:16:22

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 Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time in reply to John B., 12-21-2013 06:09:15  
Would love to see your collection or anyone else's. I will get mine together and post pictures over the Holidays. Where I grew up there was apparently a large concentration right around our house. After a rain bits of pottery were every where.

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12-21-2013 06:41:08

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 Re: Events that Mark the Passing of Time in reply to John B., 12-21-2013 06:09:15  
That is amazing. I also remember too. I recently sold my small collection to a collector friend. I noted the section # and what part of the section, and township location where each were found. He was amazed and really glad I did this. Some were found over 50 yrs. ago and I could still take you to the exact location where they were found. With the exception of one, which is now under about 15 feet of water after a lake was built.

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