Do you love collecting different artifacts? Does treasure hunting excite you? How about history, do you find it interesting? If so, you might enjoy hunting for ancient arrowheads and artifacts. Indian artifacts can be spears, baskets, utensils, beadworks, etc; they are now considered the treasures from the past. They reflect what the life like thousands of years ago was. Now, these artifacts become so valuable and are treasured and preserved by people in different states. Without these artifacts, the future generations won’t have an enough idea about the history of Native American Indians.
Exactly how can we start this artifact hunting? The initial thing to consider here is of course, identifying the archeological sites. Where could be the possible places to stumble on Indian artifacts?
How to find arrowheads or other Indian artifacts is not merely an easy task. If you want to be successful at hunting and finding ancient arrowheads, you need to comprehend where the best places and circumstances are to find them.
Generally, ancient arrowheads can be found throughout North America. All you need when wanting to know how to find arrowheads and to stumble on them is a little knowledge, a keen sight and fair patience to hunt. The best places to hunt for ancient arrowheads are the ones that have been dug up or naturally disturbed recently, such as plowed fields, construction sites and creek or river beds where arrowheads have been washed away from one area and deposited to another. These areas can be searched numerous times as the objects will frequently change. In hunting for riverbed artifacts, opt for areas wherein two bodies of water meet. This is the site where ancient arrowheads could be stumbled on because Indians can easily hunt animals where their escape would be in doubt. These areas are muddy and swampy and animals could have difficulty in moving for a fast-paced escape.
Furthermore, campsites surely contain the most diverse array of ancient arrowheads. Most of you probably are aware that only a trivial proportion of artifacts withstand the test of time. Predominant of them are artifacts made of stone such as spears and tools. Tools made of shells, ceramics and animal bones could also be possibly hunted. However, those non-stone artifacts may only be preserved in favorable conditions like in caves. The very dry conditions that the caves provide will lessen the likelihood of these artifacts to become ruined. Hence, much of the utensils, baskets, mats, beadworks, and fish traps can be found intact in caves that were inhabited by ancient Indians. You can begin to understand how to find arrowheads by understanding the people that inhabited these caves and the lives they lived.