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    That last big blade is probably a Maples imo. If Im lucky I find some that nice and not many.
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    Very nice!

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    Thank y'all for the kind words, I appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodland View Post
    That last big blade is probably a Maples imo. If Im lucky I find some that nice and not many.
    Thanks for the ID help! I am really struggling to ID finds here, I can't even figure out what like 60% of them are. I definitely need to pick up a regional book because Overstreet isn't really helping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Valentine View Post
    That is amazing. Just how awesome would it be to own land where you can find artifacts of that quantity and quality.
    My uncle only jokes about selling it 365 days a year, I am sure he could be persuaded haha. It is around 2000 acres with a ton of water (a little river frontage, multiple creeks, wetlands) and the gentlemen he purchased it from has had it in his family for over 100 years. If anyone has ever artifact hunted here, it wasn't anytime in the last couple decades.

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    Very prolific
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    Quote Originally Posted by HillCountryHunter View Post
    Thanks for the ID help! I am really struggling to ID finds here, I can't even figure out what like 60% of them are. I definitely need to pick up a regional book because Overstreet isn't really helping.
    I use the Overstreet Guide the problem with it is they use the best of the best for the examples posted in their book. While looking at your finds I see a possible Cataco Creek, some Kirks and your blade is probably going to be in the Copena family. The flint is abundant in the creeks but they usually used them up and left the nubs for us to find. Most of my finds are in the 1.5 to 2 inch range where they probably started in the 4-6 inch range. Lots of Copenas are found in TN. Lots of old pieces to like Paleo and I know a guy who found a beautiful Red Stone so they are there, Good luck
    Personal finds are surface and on private property with permission,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodland View Post
    I use the Overstreet Guide the problem with it is they use the best of the best for the examples posted in their book. While looking at your finds I see a possible Cataco Creek, some Kirks and your blade is probably going to be in the Copena family. The flint is abundant in the creeks but they usually used them up and left the nubs for us to find. Most of my finds are in the 1.5 to 2 inch range where they probably started in the 4-6 inch range. Lots of Copenas are found in TN. Lots of old pieces to like Paleo and I know a guy who found a beautiful Red Stone so they are there, Good luck
    Thanks for the help Woodland, I really appreciate it!

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    Wonderful stuff!
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    Beautiful points and tools!

 

 

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