10,000 years of prehistory are preserved in layers at Russell Cave National Monument. Alabama's 3rd longest cave system, Russell Cave served as a shelther for various Native American tribes for centuries. It is one of the most complete prehistoric records in the American southeast.
Shaped after arrowheads, one of the items found inside the cave system, this lapel pin depicts a Native American from the Archaic period hunting a deer, with the water fed entrance to the cave visible in the background.
A unique pin, such as this Russell Cave National Monument lapel pin, is the perfect for jackets, backpacks and park pin maps.
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