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Mosseller speaks at Polk museum March 1

Published 1:24pm Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Bill Mosseller, an avid arrowhead collector, will speak about his collection at the Polk County Historical Association Museum on Tuesday, March 1 at 2:30 p.m.

Bill Mosseller

The museum is located on Walker Street in Columbus.

Mosseller not only collect arrowheads, but also knows where to find them, how old they are and how they were used. He can tell by the kind of rock the arrowhead was made out of where it originated and its approximate age. His collection also contains tomahawks. Mosseller has also taught himself how to make arrowheads.

Mosseller plans to bring some of his collection for viewing. Everyone is welcome.

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