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    Relic Hunter
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    Brazos River Basin - Falls, Co. Campsite

    All the Central Texas points were hand dug in Falls, County. A really amazing generation camp that has produced some nice artifacts. I put together a few birds, points, and a first stage Harahey knife that I found out there. Also Including a pic of the 8" Cornertang knife I had to watch my buddy dig out .
    Sorry for the lack of size ratio. This is the only picture I have of the tang.
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    Texas Hillbilly
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    Damn fine site for my part of the state. I'd sure like to see more! Congrats.

    The CT is a smoker.

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    Moderator
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    Sweet!!! Great looking pieces in that bunch.
    "Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends, we're so glad you could attend, come inside, come inside."

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    Graduate Arrowheadologist
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    Nice finds TxHeadHunter. Way back when, I used to do a little in the Rosebud and Marlin area. Would like to see some of the archaic types found at the site.

    john h

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    Arrowheadologist
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    I look along the river in Falls, McLennan, and of course Milam. Most of it is farmland in the river bottom.

  7. #6
    Relic Hunter
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    Thanks everyone! @dollarcreek - this site is actually nowhere near a water source. Probably 20 miles east of the brazos river. May have had a spring nearby at one time.

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    Relic Hunter
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    @ jhaberer - Most of the camp is woodland to Mississippian. Not to much early or middle archaic. It's a shallow camp but there have been a few older ones found.

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    Tribal Council Member
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    Looks like a site I dug in this summer with some other members on here. Were you finding lot's of bone at that site also.
    Great site man, I know that had to be exciting and heartbreaking at the same time to see someone else dig a 8 inch Corner Tang. Keep looking maybe yours will be just as big a find.

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    Graduate Arrowheadologist
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    Very nice collection of wonderful artifacts. Tom

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    Arrowhead Addict
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    That cornertang is huge!

    X2 on the Birdpoints Mark, they would be at home down in our part of the world. Doesn't look like a few hundred miles meant a lot to the late Prehistoric folks.

    Thanks,
    David

 

 
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