Weapons from Pennsylvania

~Approx 1750
These were given to me by Kay Fetter as a child. He told me the story of him and his sister following behind a farmer in Sunbury, Pennsylvania when they were kids, (about 100 years ago now), and collecting these artifacts. The field was said to be the sight of a fort at one time, and of battles between settlers and indians. He said Sunbury, at the junction of the north and west branch of the Susquehanna, had been the site of the Six Nations as far back as 1742. In the above collection are arrowheads, musket balls, a bullet, and an ax head.