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Recently a bucket of artifacts donated to Smoki Museum contained the base of a chalcedony Folsom point, left, and the base of a fluted point made in the Paleoindian period beginning about 13,000 years ago. (Andy Christenson/Courtesy)

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After discovering potsherds or arrowheads on their private property, people may want to rethink digging them up and throwing them in a shoebox, even though it is legal.

By Sue Tone June 21, 2018
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