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Humans have used it for pottery, arrowheads and even surgical scalpels.
In Weiss/Manfredi’s joined pair of structures (which in plan resemble stone-age arrowheads), airy labs and classrooms cascade towards a central staircase.
There’s a castle there and a mountain shaped like an arrowhead.
Many of these items are added to boxes of arrowheads or line shelves with other artifacts.
Classic showing: Speaking of the Classic 8, Arrowhead wasn’t the only team that ran well at state.
Visitors can also watch men and women creating items out of porcupine quills or making arrowheads.
More have gone to the U.S. Geological Survey, Smithsonian Institution, Harvard University and a dozen other colleges, to shoot everything from beetles and butterflies to arrowheads and microchips.
His museum is filled with everyday items, projectile points, arrowheads and other artifacts recovered from his land.
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