Black & White Novaculite
Late Paleolithic "Solutrean"
Laurel Leaf Style Spear Point
Or Knife Blade -- 2006 A.D.
Scott's Scottsbluff Lance
Style Lance Or Spear Point.
Brazilian Agate. Imagine
Hunting Buffalo On Foot --
Welcome to StoneBreaker-FSC.net!
The home of my "New Stone Age"
arrowheads, spear heads, lance
points, knife blades, etc., and internet
gateway to my most recent Catalog of
the New Stone Age.
Each "flint knapping" piece is
produced with detailed attention to
Neolithic styles, methods and
craftsmanship. Hand made from
authentic original materials, as much
as possible using the techniques and
tools of the appropriate time period.
No aboriginal persons or wild game
animals were harmed in the making
of these tools.
I hope you enjoy your visit as much as
I enjoy making these New Stone Age
tools for your family to treasure and
display. Thanks for your interest ...
and "Thank you!" for your purchases.
It's Easy To Get The Point!
Just click on any photograph that grabs
your interest and the ordering and
contact information will appear, as if by
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use email connections to my office, or
ordering information, or all of the other
services and links which are available.
Please contact us anytime! We look
forward to hearing from you.
I sincerely appreciate the opportunity to
share my craft with intelligent and
curious people around the world who
are interested in preserving one of the
important skills of the past and in
enjoying the beauty of the natural stone
materials utilized by our ancestors for
many thousands of years in all corners
of the world.
F. Scott Crawford
A Flint Knapper's Home Page
Paiute Agate Scottsbluff
Style Lance Or Spear Point
Buffalo Hunting Lance Point.
Made From Colorful Paiute
Agate -- 2007 A.D.
Desert Side Notch Style Dart
Magnificently Pressure Flaked
Archaic "Desert Side Notch"
Style Dart Point, Of "Brilliant
Water Crystal" -- 2006 A.D.
Obsidian Clovis Style Blade
Eastern Style Clovis Point ...
Fluted After Point Completed.
Oregon Obsidian -- 2004 A.D.
Copyright 2008, 2013.
All Rights Reserved.
F. Scott Crawford
Carrollton, Texas 75010
Make Your Own
Flint Or Obsidian
It is easy when you know the 5 or 6
basic steps. You can learn how in
less than an hour. "It's so easy that
the cavemen did it" ... for thousands
BEGINNER'S KIT INCLUDES:
KIT: $29.95, plus $7.20 Priority Mail
- 18 obsidian and flint flakes;
- copper tipped flaking tool;
- deer antler tine flaking tool;
- leather hand pad;
- complete instructions with
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|Selected Clovis Style Blades
A selection of several additional Clovis
style spear and lance points is featured
on Points Sales -- 6.
Learn How To Make Your Own "Gunther"
Style Western Arrowhead.
Our newest web site, ARROWHEAD-Maker.com shows you the major
steps used in the making of the famous "Gunther" style arrowheads, which
are found in northern California, western Oregon and southern Washington
state. The web site also shows a number of authentic ancient
arrowheads, so you can see the varieties of the Gunther and other similar
arrowheads which are found. To visit ARROWHEAD-Maker.com just click
on this linked text or on this photograph. A separate browser window will
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offers in hard-copy, the complete set of printed instructions and
photographs for the making of the Gunther style arrowheads.
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Here is our new, fully illustrated guide:
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~ Small Point Pressure Flaking ~
Twenty pages, with over 60 photographs
covering every step of the process to make a
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Here is our newest, fully illustrated guide:
Polka Dot Overshot
~ How An Arrowhead Notch Went Way Too Far ~
Four page brochure, showing how a small Polka Dot Agate arrowhead ended up with an
overshot flake from a notch that cut off the far edge of the blade. Photographs illustrate the
effect of the overshot flake. Then the author speculates how accidents such as this result in
new point shapes and even new tool designs which are far different from what the
arrowhead maker had in mind when he started work on the point. To illustrate this idea of
lucky discoveries, photographs of six different Rogue River Arrowheads are included. Some
of them are pretty extreme in their designs and intended purpose.
Order your printed copy today: $3.95, plus $1.05 first class postage in the U.S. and
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To download a free
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"Polka Dot Overshot
~ How An Arrowhead
Notch Went Way Too
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You will be able to
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|Here is a link to learn about a personal film chronicle of a B-24 Bomber Pilot's
Combat Missions over Europe in 1944. The pilot was my father, Benjamin F.
Crawford. He produced this video, "White Mike", from film shot in Italy, Romania,
Germany and France in World War II. Click here:
|When you want to know how to identify the ancient Indian (native
American) stone arrowheads which you and your family may find in
the Pacific Northwest, read the new book:
Stone Projectile Points Of The Pacific Northwest
An Arrowhead Collector's Guide To Type Identification
Order on-line today: full-color, 144 pages, 8" x 10" soft-cover book,
($39.95), now available at Amazon.com, ISBN-10: 1453798471; or you
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Stone Projectile Points Of The Pacific Northwest
|Arrowheads Spoken Here!
Clovis, Dalton, Eden, Folsom, Scottsbluff; Avonlea, Cahokia, Calapooya, Catahoula,
Gunther, Hernando, Huffaker, Perdiz, Scallorn, Wallula Gap, Washita, Wintu, Yadkin,
Yana & More...
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Check out the brand new e-book:
"What Is This Arrowhead?"
It gives you an on-line, on smart phone or tablet computer
guide to over 57 different types and styles of ancient stone
arrowheads found in the Pacific Northwest and the Great
With your purchase and download of this e-book today, "What
Is This Arrowhead?" will be ready on your computer, on your
smart phone or your tablet, to help you identify the specific
types of arrowheads which you and your family may find or
have in your collection. Large photos and type make the page
layouts easy to use and most excellent for viewing on your
smart phone or tablet computer.
"What Is This Arrowhead?" shows more than 57 high quality
ancient, authentic projectile points which exhibit the visible
identifying characteristics of the different types and styles of
these stone arrowheads.
For enthusiasts, students and collectors of Indian arrowheads
and stone projectile points, this e-book can really help you
further enjoy your hobby and favorite activity."What Is This
Arrowhead?" describes, illustrates and identifies over 57
different types of regional arrowhead, dart and lance points.
The new, 72-page e-book includes examples of each of those
points, with photographs and illustrations to help you learn to
identify the artifacts which you and your family may find or
see in collections from the Pacific Northwest and Great Basin.
These illustrated artifacts were assembled from old time
collectors and recognized new collections from all across
northern California, northern Nevada, northern Utah, Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, western Wyoming and western Montana.
I know that you will be able to use this guide to help answer
your question: "What Is This Arrowhead?" for many years to
The e-book is available for purchase and viewing on your
Kindle or tablet computer from www.Amazon.com
F. Scott Crawford
P.S. For those who would like to order the Soft Cover Printed
Book version of "What Is This Arrowhead?", it is available
from Amazon with a suggested list price of $34.95 (check for
occasional discounts from Amazon of as much as 25%) by going
to their web site: http://www.amazon.com .
"What Is This Arrowhead?" can be located on their system by
book title or by the
ISBN-10 number: 1466378530
or the ISBN-13 number: 9781466378537
In addition, the 72-page, full color, soft cover book is
available for $34.95, plus shipping according to your
requirements, ordered directly from my publisher's secure web
site by clicking on this link:
What Is This Arrowhead?
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"24 Comprehensive Steps ~
Your Fast Track To Making
If you just gotta learn how to make flint arrowheads,
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To read an informative and thoroughly photo
illustrated e-Book all about the annual
knapping workshops which were held at
Oregon's Glass Buttes volcano, a source
of obsidian for thousands of years, click on
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Bits & Pieces ... Remnants Left Behind ...
By & For Flint Knappers.
That's what debitage was and that's what
Now you can enjoy this recent series of digital
newsletters compiled to bring you these eleven key
sequences of specific steps and processes in flint
Soft Hammer Percussion
Cores & Blade Making
Chunks & Spalls
Chips To Points
A Wheel Of Points
Power Pressure Flaking
Serrating An Edge
Notching For Attaching
Be sure that you click on one of the order links
below to get your copy of the 54 page book:
Flint Knapping Steps & Processes.
It is available in two different formats.
1. As a pdf file E-BOOK which will you can
download directly from a link which will be sent to
you from me, along with your order
acknowledgement/receipt, upon completion of your
payment processing through the secure PayPal
system. To order the $19.95 e-book version of
"DEBITAGE ~ Flint Knapping Steps & Processes"
simply click on this order button:
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