Native American artifacts from Bonneauville, PA. Most were found on the James Orndorff farm at the south-east corner of the town (1966), the Ambrose Myers farm on both sides of Cedar St (1974), and the Agnes Storm farm now the building lots on Jessica Drive in Bonneauville, PA (1980-1984). The delicate white quartz arrowhead at upper left was found on the East Cavalry Battlefield. The center stone is a rhyolite blank found in Bonneauville and once carried from the famous Indian Rhyolite mines located west of Gettysburg (which still exist). The arrowhead at the four o'clock position, with a saw-tooth pattern chipped into it, appears the same as some that date back to about 4,000 BC. The projectile was made of trap rock from a deposit located five miles west of Bonneauville (now Gettysburg Quarry). The point and many others were unearthed in 1966 when Mr. Orndorff excavated for a pond on his property. Many are still there.