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What do I do when the rock I found is more than a rock?

Cece Nunn

Native Americans left behind tools and other evidence of their existence throughout North Carolina. Some of these items can be hard to spot for the amateur artifact hunter, but they’re around, on the shore, in the woods, buried in the banks of rivers, ponds and lakes and elsewhere.

Here’s a story from StarNewsOnline.com about what to do if you find such an artifact:

Artifacts under your feet: What to do when a rock is more than a rock

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