Arrowheads Quarterly Field Guide December 1 2020

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Our good friend Chase Pipes is always off on an adventure uncovering history in some far reaching out of the way places. Recently he did not have to travel far from his East Tennessee home to find history. Check out his latest video as he and his friends Steve and Mike dig bottles and other treasures using a set of maps from the late 19th century early twentieth century era to find the spots to dig. It Might not be arrowheads but it sure is a cool way to discover history.

Collector Spot Light!
Whether you are new to collecting or old we are happy to have you with us on Each month in the forum we add a new member to our member of the month club. Some of these folks have fantastic collections and some have small beginner collections. It is the collector spirit that brings us all together in one place to share and learn about the fascinating hobby of ours. Meet Jay Lox (Mainejman)

long time member and contributor.

At we take great pride in sharing useful information with the public about collecting Native American Relics. Take a look at our resource section. We have many reprinted articles from CSAS and Authors Such as Steven Cooper, Jim Bennett and Col. John Berner.
We are pleased to be able to share articles from old Central States Archaeological Society Journals. follow the link to this great article about Slate artifacts titled A South Carolina Southern Raised Ridge Axe
by Billy Abee, Union, South Carolina
You can see the article here. Calendar of Events. Shows are a wonderful opportunity to meet and greet other collectors. Not to mention to be able to view some of the finest artifacts collected in the last 150 years. Click the button to see them.

We hope you enjoyed the article we shared this month. If you would like to see more like that please join the Central States Archaeological Society.
The Central States Archaeological Journal is published collectively by the 21 State Societies. Membership entitles a member to four CSASI Journals 4 per year.

Check out this story about a Clovis discovery in Georgia . Two halves of one point anciently broken. Lost then found 12,000 + years later buy different family members 20 years apart.
At We Have a Diverse Group of Collectors

You just never know when or where you will find something cool. Our best advice to the reader is " keep your eyes on the ground!" There are cool things lost everywhere.

Some great finds were shared by our forum member a few years back. Our long time friend and member 2ndoldman Shared finds from a Toronto Canada Hunt In October 2018

Recently found Celt from Massachusetts has sparked my interest.
This is a very nice field found celt from forum friend and member chiefwompatuck
Click the link to see the original topic he shared a great video with us in the topic.
Steven shares his words of wisdom with us in each issue. Steven Cooper is the Editor and chief of The Central States Archaeological Society. He has also worked to edit Overstreet Arrowhead ID editions in recent years.

Join our friend Micah Hanks from Seven Ages Audio Journals as he interviews world renowned anthropologist J.M. Adovasio in the exciting new audio journal format.
Join our forum, We have many collectors from around North America who join us every day to share and learn about Native American Artifacts, Fossils and Metal Detecting. Come join the conversation. We are the friendliest Artifact Forum on the internet.
Just in case you missed the last issue here is a link to it.