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THE MICHIGAN FLINTKNAPPERS are a group dedicated to the study and sharing of information about flintknapping history and replication. A natural outgrowth of this is the use of worked stone in the creation of tools, atlatl darts, arrows, axes, primitive fire-making, and other associated traditional and prehistoric skills and accoutrements. Many of our members are involved in several fields of traditional or primitive technology.
The Michigan Flintknappers have three formally scheduled knap-ins--one in the spring, one in the summer, and the last in the fall. Other events are scheduled throughout the year as opportunities become available. There are also members within the group who get together for informal knap-ins throughout the year.
To contact us, or to learn how to join the Michigan Flintknappers,
click on the "contact" link in the navigation bar to the left.
|Website design by Wyatt R. Knapp for the Michigan Flintknappers. This website and all associated graphics are copyright, ©2016|