by Stephen Pettis
(Watkinsville, Georgia,30677 USA)
I found this specimen in the Nottely River, near Blairsville, Georgia this weekend. It has been in the water for a long time and the fossil is somewhat water eroded. The stone appears to be a broken Amerind axe head, probably from the Woodlands period. Can you identify the fossil from the pics?
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