Authentic Arrowheads at Nebraska Prairie Museum

Mike Cole’s grandfather was a farmer who kept his eyes out for Native American artifacts whenever he was on his tractor doing field work. He must have had really good eyes, because he gave his collection of more than 25 arrowheads he plowed up in his farm fields to Mike, along with other Native tools and stones.

The Nebraska Prairie Museum is the beneficiary of those artifacts now that Mike has decided to share them with the public. The collection will be added to an already impressive collection of Native American artifacts dating to 1000 years old.

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