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Showing Numbers 4505 (1), 4800 (2), 4801 (1), 4803 (3), 4804 (1), all were found in Winston Salem, NC, by Frank and Bertha Kanoy. Numbers 4800-4804 were discovered in 1929, while number 4505 was discovered several years earlier in 1921. The sequence…

Showing 8 of 34, the 3849 number sequence demonstrates varying forms and materials used in the production and creation of arrow points. All found in Montgomery County, TN, these artifacts were presented to the Haverhill Archaeological Society by…

Number 3575 was discovered in a shell heap located in Wellfleet, MA (Cape Cod) by Fred A. Luce in August of 1916. The object measures 5 in long, 3 1/4 in wide, and was probably used as a hoe or clam digger.

Number 2449 is an ulu shaped stone artifact and was discovered by Fred A. Luce in August of 1890 at the Lake Kenoza Pumping Station (Essex County Site #: 12-ES-25).

Number 2400 was found in September of 1912 by workmen doing construction at Winnekenni Park in Haverhill, MA (Essex County Site #: 19-ES-27). Object does show signs of use, and was found in the same area as Number 2399.

Discovered in August of 1913, number 2399 was found by workmen while doing construction at Winnekennie Park in Haverhill, MA (Essex County Site #: 19-ES-27). Measuring at 12.5 in long, 2 3/8 in wide, 1.5 in thick, the polishing stone shows slightly…

Number 1864 is a leaf shaped knife discovered in Flint Ridge, Ohio. Part of the Chester Brown Collection at the Buttonwoods, the presence of such an object in the collection demonstrates the diversity in provenance within the collection.

Number 1710 was found at the Moccasin Bend site located in Hamilton County, TN. Discovered in 1914, the axe is slightly grooved and deeply notched, measuring to be 7.5 inches long and 2 3/4 inches wide.

These four pieces of clay pottery were discovered July 16, 1914 by Stanley E. Luce while working in a shell heap. Found in Pilgrim Spring (Cape Cod, MA), these clay sherds were located about 24 inches below the surface.

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Plano Points are found in Archaic sites, 9,000 to 3,000 BP. This is an unusual artifact in the collection, found on the shore of the Merrimack River in West Newbury. Have not found anything like it.
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