About Indian Artifacts
Preserve your heritage and connect with your ancestors by collecting and preserving Indian artifacts. Native American Indian artifacts are fascinating collectibles for history buffs and native descendants. They are perfect for immersion learning for both adults and children who want a more tactile approach to American history. Paleo era pieces, including arrowheads, spearheads, and tools, can be dated back as far as 12000 B.C.E. These are considered rare Indian artifacts and may be difficult to find for the casual collector. Clovis point tools are considered one of the oldest types, some dating back to 14,000 years ago, and were used mainly to hunt big game. Archaic era artifacts date back to 6000 B.C.E. For more serious collectors, Native American art provides emotional context to history. Although it can be much more expensive, it is can also be more satisfying and even spiritually moving. Before purchasing any Indian artifacts, do check into their bona fides and the source. Federal law prohibits non-Native ownership of certain Native American culture objects, such as funeral goods and sacred objects, so make sure the piece is legal to own before purchasing. You can find a vast inventory of legal artifacts on eBay with arrowheads, spear points, and tools from Paleo to Historic eras and all points in between.