Examples Of Authentic, Ancient Arrowheads ... So You Can See Actual Designs, Materials & Workmanship.
These Are Some Classic Arrowhead
Styles From Oregon, In A Variety Of
Stone Materials, Exhibiting Excellent
Work By The Native Knappers. Points
Such As These Have Long Inspired
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Knappers To Vigorously Pursue Their
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shapes and styles which were used by
native peoples in North America. Those
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