On Sunday, arrowhead enthusiasts will crowd the Thomson Depot for an annual show sponsored by the Peach State Archaeological Society of Georgia.
About 45 tables of artifacts from all over the southeast will be displayed and the public is invited to come see the collections free. Collectors and the curious are urged to come swap stories and learn a little history about early man.
Numerous books relating to Indians and the artifacts they produced will be for sale. Display cases will be available for those wanting a better way for their collections to be enjoyed.
The Thomson show, which will last from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 3, is one of the most popular sponsored by the Peach State Archaeological Society. Club members hold similar shows at several locations in Georgia throughout they year.
There will be an archaeologist on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding point types, materials and questions participants may have regarding point types, materials and anything else related to Georgia prehistoric archaeology. He also is recording Paleo points found in Georgia.
For more information call 706-595-3514.