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First point from bay

The lack of quality, or any arrowheads for that matter, is what got me into looking for shark teeth.  Last week, while looking for giant megs,  I finally found my first Maryland point. 

Its made from a poor quality material, most likely Argolite, but the craftsmanship looks good.  Had the Indian who made this had access to good quality flint, like you find in New York, this would have been a very nice point.

A nice cow tooth,  a couple of good, tan snaggletooth teeth, and a small porpoise tooth are the other trip highlights.  Other small teeth and plenty of bones and vertebra round out the morning.  Good hunting Chris

Location Calvert County, Maryland, USA

ID2255
MemberChris
Date Added8/15/2007

  

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