Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Indian Arrowhead Collection

Not so much today, but at one time in St. Tammany History, many Native American Indians inhabited the land. As a result, there were many artifacts left from their villages, trails and hunts. Those pieces of pottery and arrowheads were to be found wherever the Indians gathered, and many of the newer St. Tammany residents with an eye for history have often made a mission of collecting those arrowheads and putting them into displays and exhibits. Written in 1973, the article below tells the story of one of those arrowhead collections. Click on the images below to see a larger version. 

Photos of the Arrowhead Collection at the Abita Springs Trailhead Museum