History of the Arrowheads
My father collected these from the banks of the Alabama River in Elmore County, timber tracts in Elmore County, the banks of Lake Martin, and Escambia County. These arrowheads are not as well-formed as those in other parts of the country because the type of rocks in the area
are not easily formed into arrowheads. There are about 1000 of them and weigh 45 pounds.
Only a few of them are worth more than $2. The Alibamu and Koasati Indians inhabited the
Elmore county area at one time. For more info on them, click here. For an essay on an article on hunting arrowheads, click here or here.
Scott Roberts, May 1996. Scott's Home Page.