Native American artifacts show attracts collectors, kids

 (Hendersonville Times News) When James McKinney was 8 years old, his grandfather took him to a cemetery in McCormick County, South Carolina to tend a relative’s grave. It was there he found a red arrowhead in the dirt and asked his grandpa what it was. McKinney was one of 65 collectors displaying their prehistoric relicts at an Indian Artifacts Show held Sunday at the Lelia Patterson Center. Sponsored by the Indian Artifacts Collectors of the Carolinas, the 10th annual show attracted more than 400 enthusiasts ranging from avid arrowhead hunters to curious kids.

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Posted on March 24, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Great article! It’s amazing how events like these bring a community and families together. To me, it’s a fun hobby that everyone in the family can get involved with. Thanks so much for sharing!

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