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There's more to Kansas than sunflowers and Dorthey's
house. Many of the points  I find in the Arkansas River are
made of material from the Flint Hills of Eastern Kansas. Huge
beds of Permian age chert are exposed in these southeastern
Kansas hills, and flint from these sources was  used by
Native people from Clovis times into the historic era.
A year's hard hunting produced
these exquisite Paleo Points.
I don't get to hunt much in Kansas, but I have lot's of friends
who do. These photos are contributions from native Kansans.
Dart points and a large knife. They range from
the Late Archaic to the Late woodland eras
Sunset over a Kansas waterway