Patch Exchange - Flintknappers, Bowmen and Paleo Arts Associations
How Our Ancestors in the Stone Age Made their Implements from the Chicago Journal with permission of the editor Patricia 'Trish' Morse 2/14/21013
Free E-Books - Flintknapping: Articles, Tips and Tutorials from the Internet - compiled and editied by Mike Lynn. This 'E-Book' contains 'How-To' information about flintknapping and includes articles taken from the interenet as well as articles contributed by various knappers/authors, including at least two PSK members. Visit Mike's website at http://flintknappinginfo.webstarts.com/
The Really Big Database of Projectile Point Images by Richard M. (Mike) Steele
3. ADENA to AFTON
Check out the Arrowhead Forum! http://arrowheadology.com/forums/
The following articles, uploaded with the generous permission of the the Author, David Heath, are excellent and should be of interest to all serious knappers and Paleo artists.
David Heath's - Columbia River Artifacts Volume 2 (by permission of the Author)
Articles Relating to Flintknapping
Flintknapping and Stone Tools in Oregon - Oregon Archaeological Society (by permission)
Stone Tool Technologies of South Puget Sound - Powerpoint by Scott S. Williams, Archaeologist/Cultural Resources Promgram Manager - WSDOT
Pacific Northwest Rock - Photos of Rock that can be found in the PNW. Includes photo of rock in its raw state (as found in nature), after heat treating where appropriate and knapped points/blades, etc, of the rock.
Archeological Protecton Act of 1979 (rev) (edit in progress)
Rock Collecting - Suggestions and Links to Regulations
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