Name, Email Address, Comments
Jason Crisp,Texas email@example.com I caught the bug when I was in college. That was about six years ago. Have you ever had a dream about finding arrowheads? If you have, then you definately have the bug. I have about 350-500 points that were all found in the Lake Livingston Texas area. From Pedernales to Perdiz, Gary, Wells, Calf Creek, just to name a few. The materials and craftsmanship range from crude to exquisite. Guess we lucked out and found a good hole. Happy hunting!
Jason Hanna,firstname.lastname@example.org,I've collected arrowheads for almost 2 years and i have near 800 of them. The majority are archaic/woodland but i have several types in my collection. I also like prehistoric indian axes and celts.
Bob Wishoff email@example.com Been collecting for 10 years, have mostly archaic Texas points-- love knives-- teach classes on Identification-- am activist in keeping the hobby of collecting alive and away from meddling legislators. Drop me a line, especially if you live in the C.Texas area. Want to start database site of Texas points.
I started collecting points 2yrs ago,have 60 points so far,all archaic&paleo.Northwest Florida. -- Clyde Fail firstname.lastname@example.org GO!! NOLES
W. Jeff Garner email@example.com I have been collecting arrowheads in central Wyoming since I was a kid, going out with my dad and grandparents. I would be very interested in talking with someone who hunts in wyoming, or anybody else for that matter, I'm still learning, so I'd love to hear from anybody! Thanks!
Ralph Raymond, Docraymond@aol.com, I used to hunt around Auburn, Ala. Stopped for about 10 years to start a practice and a family. Have been hunting farm fields here in central Florida since '92 and have found some nice historic back to paleo points. Am willing to purchase or trade ppk's. Someone write me thanks.
TONY HARDIE firstname.lastname@example.org COLLECTS ARTIFACTS FROM NORTHWEST COAST page at http://www.netcom.ca/~arrow/artifacts.html Cool stuff even have extencive perishables (basket,cordage,fish net ext.)been collecting points for 10yrs in Canada.coolest hobby in the world eh!!What do you find were you live? drop me a line.<------------<<<
Love arrowhead hunting been doing it for years,i do most of my hunting in north east tex.i have found Paleo to Historic.points,blades,drills,celts, axes. HAPPY HUNTING. mary
Glenn McQuaide, email@example.com , My wife and I are avid surface hunters in Southcentral KY. Our main collecting interests are Archaic points and prehistoric pipes.
My brother and I hunt in S.E. Pa. Today 11-10-96 We found eight nice points to add to our small but growing collection most of the points have been found around chester lancaster Co. in feilds. most are from delaware and Susquahana origin. most are white /lite milky quartz color from early woodland periods. We have found artifacts in some strange places such as a pestle stone in the rafters of a house that one of us just rented. Its a real nice find about 8-10" long but we are quite sure that indians didn't leave it there! we would like to hear from other hunters in the same area to trade info about various finds in this area.also we would like to talk to some one in Ky. area to get together with and hunt for points in a trip next summer.if there are any intrested parties out there please e-mail us. THanks. Mark & Neil Shattuck firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken Johnson KenJ95357@aol.com I have recently been bitten. About ten years ago I purchased a frame of 48 small points at an auction and subsequently learned that many were apparently quite valuable. In Sept I attended an auction here in Springfield, MO, and bought several nice points from a collection that came from the estate of an Oklahoman. I ended up with about 120 new pieces which include many nice small points such as Sequoya, Scallorn, Cahokia, etc; Three absolutely beautiful Hayes points, two nice Adena blades (Waubesa and Dickson) and many more. I have begun to hunt, have had some success locally, and am trying to learn to identify points. I have one particular point which I am told is a ceremonial item, and would be interested in corresponding with anyone who might be able to verify and perhaps appraise it. It appears to me to be an extremely fancy Cahokia or similar notched point with practically perfect serrations and extremely long shoulders.
Jeff Abbas ChefJeff@mindsync.com I was born and raised in northeast Iowa where I hunted for years and garnered a pretty impressive collection. I have lived in central California for the last 20 years and have not hunted seriously here, although I have found a few points in Calaveras County. I hunt every year when I go home on vacation to supplement the insatiable desire to collect. Would love to hook up with someone here to hunt with...
Rob Wright, email@example.com. I live in Norcross GA and I've been an avid surface collector for 6 years now. I have good knowledge of the Coosa River areas of NW GA and NE AL. I'd like to hear from other collectors in the region to exchange information and maybe even a couple of Hot spots!!? My collection gets better each year as I have averaged around 100 points each spring. Can't wait till April!
I have recently acquired approximately 125 stone arrowheads from various areas, made of various materials as well as several stone hammerheads(?). I am looking for a book or some other printed materials that will help me identify the artizans. Send e-mail to MarkeeG@aol.com if you can help me out.
Tom Westfall firstname.lastname@example.org My family and I collect in eastern Colorado (Yuma County), home of the Miller-Jones Hell Gap Site and resting place of many undiscovered paleos. Unfortunately, many of them are going to remain "at rest", at least until the next scouring wind. I'd love to hear from anyone around the country about points. I also write for "Indian Artifact Magazine" on occassion. Please add me to your list.
Pat Robinson, Calico_Jones@msn.com, I live in Corpus Christi, Texas and have been collecting arrowheads for several years. I am interesting in purchasing arrowheads or entire collections, especially points from the Texas area. I would also be interested in trading Texas points for points from other parts of the country. Or drop me a line if you just want to talk about arrowheads.
Neil A. Shattuck email@example.com I collecect in S.e. Penn, Would like to hear from others in same area or others about finds. most finds here are of woodland period only. a surface collector but still find some nice items, have you ever found a bad one!
Martin Castoe firstname.lastname@example.org Love head hunting been doing it for years i have been hunting in Oregon, (nice points) and now where i live in Arizona (nice pottery and some crude points) would like any information about hunting the southwest or just talkin heads.
Glenn McQuaide, email@example.com, I am an avid surface hunter and occasionally attend auctions. My main collecting interests are Midwestern artifacts and prehistoric steatite pipes.
Randy White, firstname.lastname@example.org, I enjoy hunting arrowheads whenever possible. I live in Georgia, and have been hunting for about 6 years. I have a small collection (150 or so).
Tom Clark, email@example.com,Tampa-St. Pete, Florida surface collector,paleo to pinellas.
Monty Donaldson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Collect and research throughout PA. Have a lot of material from TN as well.
Other native american artifacts. Would love to get more info on what people
have and are finding.
Randy, email@example.com, I live in souther indiana a prime place to look for arrow heads. I would be glad to accept any advice for findings arrowheads I have just in the last year started looking for arrowheads.
Paul Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org, I have a collection of about 400 arrowheads, including about 100 bird points, and a few large spear points. These were collected by my Grandfather in the Austin, Dripping Springs, Texas area over the last 70 years. Am interested in selling this collection to the highest bidder. These are not replicas, they are original artifacts dug out of mounds in the central Texas area. If you are interested or know of someone, (mabey a collector) that might be interested please e-mail for pictures or more information.
email@example.com Collect and sell high quality points of all types, love to talk, trade, and live anything arrowhead!
Shon Rainford, firstname.lastname@example.org, I collect points and pottery by scuba diving in the rivers of South Carolina.
Billy, email@example.com, I surface hunt in East Texas, collection of around 100 points and 150 - 200 tools, Woodland to Paleo. Would like to correspond with Texas hunters/collectors. Also, would like to find new locations in Central - East Texas.
Harry Tinker, firstname.lastname@example.org, I love to collect points . I live in Florida, we have some real beauties down here. I'm looking forward to share any information and trade.
A.R. Carr Williamsburg, Ky. email@example.com Buy,sell, and trade indian artifacts from eastern Ky. and Tenn. Mostly interested in paleo or any high quality flint from this part of the U.S.
G Gaddis. firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been surface collecting in middle Ga. for 5 years. I'm extreamly
interested in Paleo and Transitional Projectiles (environment / form &
Robert Stewart email@example.comNice home page. I enjoyed the point pics. I'm in north Alabama (Huntsville area) Though not a point collector (at least not yet
Miles Ragland, firstname.lastname@example.org, I collect arrowheads in Sonoma county California. Most are from Coast Miwok and Pomo tribes.
Jordan Schmidt, email@example.com, I collect arrowhead from the northern woodland Indians.
Don Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org, I am relatively new to collecting. I have already collected about 100 points and 47 Anasazi pot cherds, and collect contemporary pueblo pottery. Also make replica arrows. I recently found a Dalton Greenbriar in my home state of OK. Please drop me an email.
John Bolt, email@example.com,Enjoy seeing, collecting arrowheads & Indian artifacts.
John Stacy, firstname.lastname@example.org, Hello I love collecting Points. At the moment I'm finding Late Paleo and early archaic ones, with a few woodland and mississippian. Surface finds are plentiful in Kentucky
Kathy,email@example.com, I have hunted points in Florida for years. Have always enjoyed it.
Karan Schnuelle, kschnuel@ ag.auburn.edu, I love to look for indian artifacts in AL. If anyone is interested in flaked stone, projectiles, tools & ceremonials from SE U.S. there is a new book available.
Perry L. Williams, PWILLIAMS@R01.TDH.STATE.TX.US, I collect Indian artifacts primarily in West Texas and parts of New Mexico, but am always on the lookout for potential camp sites where ever I might be traveling.
Lane Admas, firstname.lastname@example.org, I've been collecting for 20 years here in the Southeast (Charlotte NC area). (His arrowhead page can be found on Scott's "Links" page.)
Greg Gay, email@example.com,
MY FAMILY HAS BEEN COLLECTING HEADS SINCE THE FIFTIES. I HAVE BEEN COLLECTING
HEAVY FOR TEN YEARS.MY BEST FINDS ARE..FOLSOM,PLAINVIEW,AND YES ONE CLOVIS.MY
MOTHER IN 1967 FOUND A POINT ON THE BEACH THAT IS OVER 12 INCHES!!!I COLLECT
IN TEXAS,AND LOUISIANA. RIGHT AT 2000 POINTS SO FAR,BUT I GET MORE DAILY.
THANKS, BITTEN BY THE ARROWHEAD BUG.
G. Rooks, firstname.lastname@example.org, icollect from south georgia & east alabama
Kenneth Hawk Walkky, VFVC35A@prodigy.com, Go ahead and list me on your arrowhead lovers page..don't see how that could do any harm.
email@example.com, Extremely interested in surface hunting with permission. I'm addiicted to hunting projectilies. Please e-mail me on any topics related to arrowhead hunting.
Denny Tyler, LLST1237@aol.com,
I have collected arrowheads in OK about 35 years and have quite an extensive
collection. I always enjoy talking to other collectors.
Mike Roper, firstname.lastname@example.org, PLEASE ADD ME TO YOUR ARROWHEAD LOVERS PAGE.
Jeffrey F. Good & Family,email@example.com