KNow anything about Native American tools?

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    My brother found this here, it obviously part iron because a magnet stuck to it and it is has rusted.

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    Much later then colonialism .
    Indians had no ferrous tools
     
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    Much later then colonialism .
    Indians had no ferrous tools*
     
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    Thanks! In Washington the Native Americans were in control after colonial period.
     
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    Perhaps some native peoples used iron to make tools.
    Rush for iron spurred Inuit ancestors to sprint across Arctic, book contends
     
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    It looks like a piece of rusted metal that a broke off of an old shed once.
     
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    Where are you located?

    Kind of looks like a le Fleur with the right side broken off.

    Any French colonies in your area?
     
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    I hear Sitting Bull was a bit of a tool, outside of that, no.
     

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