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    Today ( rare east Texas Perdnales )

    We found 4 wholes today ; Wells/early stemmed , Gary , Bronson knife and one of only two or three
    Perks that I have heard found on the Trinity River drainage in San Jacinto . Mark Adams has found a couple but it is amazing how few we have . Today ( rare east Texas Perdnales )-img_1192-jpgToday ( rare east Texas Perdnales )-img_1200-jpgToday ( rare east Texas Perdnales )-img_1198-jpgToday ( rare east Texas Perdnales )-img_1202-jpg

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    Good stuff i like the Bronson. I have a sweet frame of them. Over all a rare and little known artifact.
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    NICE finds Bro Don!
    NICE first three pictures!
    Last pic----not too sure bout it.


    Try holding your camera sideways and see what happens.


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    Awesome Mr. Black, looks like Deb and you got into some good ones, congrats.

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    nice ones don, that camo is killer too

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    Nice finds Don. That Perd even looks like it is made out of hill country material. Must have been on a journey to east Texas when it got lost or left behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby View Post
    Nice finds Don. That Perd even looks like it is made out of hill country material. Must have been on a journey to east Texas when it got lost or left behind.
    THAT'S WHAT I WAS THINKING TOO BOBBY . THAT AREA WAS ( I THINK ) A MEETING PLACE ( THE WHOLE TRINITY RIVEr IN SE TX ) must have been something of a dividing line between the western Indians and the forest people for centuries . It also is a " freeway ' NORTH INTO THE COASTAL AREAS OF W LA AND EAST Texas . I think the old people came south in the winter and north in the spring and summer into what is now Oklahoma , Kansas ,Ark and Mo. from here on the Trinity over to the La border on the Sabine River was a winter route south . I have found flint and lithics found in the Hills above Ardmore in Carter Co. < Arbuckle Mts here on the Trinity as well as Mozarkite from Ark. and Mo. , Novacuite here and point types that are common here but not found in those areas . But my point being the this River WAS a gateway to the coastal area . AND in someway a meeting/trading between the clans . IT IS A VERY , VERY IN TERTESTING PLACE TO SEARCH .
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    What is that black material? Petrified wood?

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    Don I agree with you the trinity drainage has Materials from North, types from, east, as well as types from West. I wonder if BOATS figured into that equation at some level.
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    Nice finds, Don.
    Suzy has spoke of gators in LA. and Gar has opened our eyes (mine, certainly) about gars.
    What sort of creatures are lurking in the waters where you are frequenting ?
    Never say never ... cause, you never know.

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