Ozark Wilderness Waterways Club

Canoeing With The Ozark Wilderness Waterways Club

"Organized for the preservation of Ozark streams."




Buffalo River, Newton, Arkansas

Trip #28
Date: April 29 - 30, May 1, 1962
Start: Ponca
Finish: Erbe Ford
Miles: 16
With: Hedges
Notes: Went with Hedges. Justice Douglas and wife along. Caught 2 1/2 lb. Kentucky bass. Found many arrowheads - ref 4B
Justice Douglas overlooks the Buffalo River.   Please keep in mind that I was between 12 and 19 years of age when these trips took place. I was rather fixated on arrowheads and Indian lore at that time - as indicated by the notes. I am working from 3" x 5" note cards that I typed at that time. In my memory now, many of these trips are blurred together.

Arrowheads / scrapers / "bird points" / drills displayed were not necessarily found on the trip listed. I have tried to make them as close to the actual size as possible. They were found in plowed fields, washouts, along the river or creek bed, or in roads or trails. I did have a system of labeling them at the time - where a bit of masking tape was coded to match the 3" x 5" card listing the trip. Unfortunately, most of those labels have faded making it difficult to match up.

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Uploaded September 1999
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