Welcome to Arrowhead Collecting On The Web -- Image is a G-10 grade jasper Gunther arrowhead from northern California
Welcome to Arrowhead Collecting On The Web -- Image is a G-10 grade jasper Gunther arrowhead from northern California
Arrowhead Collecting On The WebTM
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Discover An Arrowhead In Your Garden And You'll
Never Look At Bare Dirt The Same Way Again Forever!
I know I sure don't.  Not since I found an agate
arrowhead when I was digging a new garden plot on
my family's land in Oregon.

That spring I was just 13 years old.  I still have that
arrowhead.  And several others which I found over the
next few years, in our other gardens, in our plowed
fields, on old paths and dirt driveways up in the
forested hills around our place, out in the fields where
I was moving irrigation pipes, etc., etc.

I never missed a chance to keep an eye on the open
spaces and freshly disturbed soil, just to see what I
could find.  And over the years, my close observation
has been rewarded many times, in many places.

Just like thousands of other kids all over the
country, I was intrigued and fascinated by these
arrowheads, the hunting weapons left behind
over hundreds and thousands of years of use
by the people who lived here before us.

Maybe you are doing the same thing today.  
Perhaps you have the same questions about
those arrowheads and other things which
you find in the soil around your home.

That's why I put together this web page, to
help kids and parents understand what
they are finding, to know all about these
arrowheads and other stone tools made
by the ancient inhabitants of our lands.  

Sometimes those people were our
ancestors, and sometimes they have
been gone so long that no one knows
who might be descended from them.  
But we always want to know about
them, to understand their lives, and
to study the evidence of their time
here which we find around us.
To accomplish these things I am putting together an on-going
monthly e-magazine designed to illustrate and explain the
tools and weapons which we find in all corners of this big
land.  I call it "ARROWHEAD Collecting On The Web".
And I invite you to read it, every month.

"ARROWHEAD Collecting On The Web" will explore all
the questions we have about the people who made them,
where they lived, how we find their stone tools, how
they made these weapons and tools, hold old they are,
how we know the age of these tools, and many more.

We will have photographs of arrowheads and of
collections so you can see how some people display
the points they find. Other photo stories will follow
an expert collector to see what is found and where.

We will also talk about the rules of looking for
arrowheads, the restrictions which some states
and government laws place on where we can
look and how we can look.  Every different
part of the country has different rules, so
these rules and legal guidelines will be
explored based on the various regions or
states across the country.

Another aspect of the e-magazine each
month will be some stories about
sharing or trading with other collectors
across the country.  This way we can
explore the different types of
arrowheads which are found in
various regions.  Not only are
there distinctive styles from
different areas, but there were
very clearly different ways of
making arrowheads and other
hunting weapons during
the many vast eras or periods
of time which have gone by
during the long history of
human use of this land.

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"I found these arrowheads
. . . on the world wide web!"

You can, too.  Every month in "ARROWHEAD Collecting
On The Web" we will show you how your mouse can do
the searching on the world wide web.  We will bring you
information and links to on-line sources of authentic,
ancient arrowheads.  And we will talk about how to tell if
an arrowhead is ancient, or a modern reproduction, and
give you links to reputable authenticators who can
provide experienced, scientific examinations of arrowheads
to verify and certify the authenticity of points you collect.
I found these arrowheads shown here on the internet,
though several other people actually found them in the
places where they were last used, abandoned or stored
away and forgotten.  Any collector can tell you that there
are times when you will want to wander the fields and
streams yourself.  So, every month, in the pages of
"ARROWHEAD Collecting On The Web", we will also
provide articles and photographs to show you how to
effectively find ancient arrowheads and other stone tools
for your collection.  We will show you how and where to
find arrowheads yourself, in your own home area.  
Don't miss a single article!  

By the way, the only way to get the monthly
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Gunther arrowhead found in the Columbia
Basin in Oregon in 1962 by Pat Welch.  
Northern side notched dart point, from the Daryl Baker Oregon Territory Indian Artifact Collection.
Northern side notched dart point, from the Daryl Baker Oregon Territory Indian Artifact Collection.
Identified as a
Northern Side
Notched dart
point.  From

the Daryl Baker
"Oregon
Territory"

Indian Artifact
Collection.
F. Scott Crawford
Carrollton, Texas
Front side of this Gunther arrowhead found in Siskiyou County of
northern California in 1970 by Pat Welch.
Reverse side of this Gunther arrowhead found in Siskiyou County of
northern California in 1970 by Pat Welch.
G10 top quality Gunther Barbed Arrowhead from northern California--found 1970
G10 top quality Gunther Barbed arrowhead from northern California--found 1970
Copyright 2009, all rights reserved.
F. Scott Crawford
Carrollton, Texas
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Gunther Barbed arrowhead found in the Columbia Basin in Oregon, 1962, by Pat Welch.
Premiere Edition of Arrowhead Collecting On The Web -- May 2009
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Eastgate arrow point from Harney County in eastern Oregon--from the Eldon Presley collection.
An Eastgate arrow point, found in
eastern Oregon.  From the collection of
Eldon Presley, a collection of over 10,000
pieces, mostly found in Harney County,
between 1920 and 1960.  This point was
obtained from Michael Knighton, at
www.RenegadeArtifacts.com in 2008.
1-7/16" x 5/8".
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Ancient gray obsidian Gunther style arrowhead from Siskiyou County in northern California -- found 2008 by Jennifer Peterson
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