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Finder states, “A large dart/knife form that has had one resharpening that reduced the size of the blade. Found near the town of Silex, in Lincoln Co., Missouri.They set off abreast of each other at six yards from the end of the play-ground; then one of them hurls the stone on its edge, in as direct a line as he can, a considerable distance toward the middle of the other end of the square; when they have run a few yards, each darts his pole anointed with bear’s oil, with a proper force, as near as he can guess in proportion to the motion of the stone, that the end may lie close to the stone; when this is the case, the person counts two of the game, and, in proportion to the nearness of the poles to the mark, one is counted, unless by measuring both are found to at an equal distance from the stone. This side notch was collected by Jim Winters in Osage Co. A particularly fine 3/4 grooved quartzite axe from Clinton Co, 5 3/8" long, showing signs of re-working; c. an adze, for chiseling and smoothing (4 1/2") Small celt (ungrooved axe), surface find from northwest Missouri (not far from Iowa and Kansas). Measures 6 6/8" long by 2 1/2" tall by 1 7/8" thick 3/4 grooved axe, 4 1/2 inches long, 2 1/8 inches wide,and 1 1/2 inches thick. This axe from Benton Co is 5 1/4" long, 2 3/8" at its widest point An axe from Boone Co.
You'll be wanting this: Indians and Archaeology of Missouri by Carl and Eleanor Chapman 1989 (3rd printing of the 1964 original). Click here for a glossary of descriptive terms for Native American artifacts. 89mm (3 1/2 in) x 38mm (1 7/16)in.); late Archaic period Short-stemmed Hardin point, 2-5/8" Found at the St. Finder: "[it] has had two resharpenings that created beveled cutting edges and reduced the size of the blade moderately.” Dickson point, Perry County. Charles co., 4 3/8 inches 4 1/2" Leaf Type blade, white chert, found on site 23-CP-273 Cooper County Missouri in 1993. Charles Co., 2 1/4 inches thick and 5 7/16 inches wide. In 1775, James Adair in his 18th Century English wrote a description of the game: The warriors have another favorite game called chungke, which, with propriety of language, may be called ‘running hard labor’.
This is an old one room cabin that sits at the bottom of a large hill.
Cabin has been secured with an old fashioned cot, old wooden table and chair, and a large bible on the table.
Several people have been in the old slave tunnels found under the house leading into the barn. There is a mans voice heard by many people, which have been yelled at to "leave" and leave they did...footsteps up the stairs and in the hallways, slamming doors, rocking chairs.
High-pitched screams can be heard all over the property.