September 9, 2017
Rex Harris, a Native American flint knapper of Saponi, Nansemond and Cherokee heritage, shapes a flint arrowhead with stone. He uses both primitive (stone and moose antler) and contemporary (copper) materials to shape arrowheads out of flint rock and obsidian, which is a naturally-occurring volcanic glass.
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Virginia Indian Festival held on Saturday, Sept. 9.