The arrowheads were found near Summerville Texas. From the collection of George Wolf of Pasadena Texas. History of my Father George E. Wolf, dad was born in Byers, Texas he fought in Korea in the 50's at Heart Break Ridge, and moved to Big Springs, Texas after the war he married my mother Martha Head.They moved to Houston and shortly after to Pasadena, Texas in 1970. He loved the outdoors and fishing which was the beginning of the collecting for dad. After shelves of fishing trophies it was just natural for him to start a new collection. As a family we would go to Galveston and camp at the pass. At night dad would gig for flounder and at day would fish for Specks. He would take breaks to walk down the beach with mom and us kids. We started picking up sand dollars and sea shells.
Dad ran into a lady that was walking the beach picking up sea shells and fossil shark teeth. She had a little shell shop in Seabrook, Texas so we would stop by and see what she had and that's how it all started. Dad joined the Galveston Shell Club and we would attend meetings once a month.
Through the club we found out about other places to find shells and fossils so we took a trip to Florida out to the Keys were we stopped in Venice Florida and picked up about a thousand little shark teeth washing up on the beach. After that we joined the Clear lake Gem and Mineral club.
Then we Joined the Houston Gem and Mineral's paleontology Section. Growing up we would spend almost every weekend camping at Lake Summerville, Lake Conroe, Lake Livingston, Lake Georgetown and many more. All the arrowheads that I'm offering here are from my fathers collection.
They where found by the whole family either Dad, Mom, my brother George Jr, Sisters Valerie and Reena, and my self David. Dad kept the collection free from all modern made points and never bought points from anyone else. He shared his collection with the world by displaying them in local schools, library's, and Gem and mineral shows. Dad was a member of the Texas Archeological Society for 35 years.Dad passed away late last year, he was 82. Thank you for reading his biography. How to navigate our store: We have hundreds of items listed. The best way to view items you are interested in is to go to our store view. Once you are in the store you will see a category list to the left. You will be able to find items you are interested in faster by just clicking the category listed. Example Arrowheads, Coprolites, dinosaur fossils and many more. The item "Pedernales Indian Arrowhead stuck in Bison Vertebra Art Piece Wolf Family Coll" is in sale since Friday, August 20, 2021.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts". The seller is "tgfcollectables" and is located in Webster, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.