Cool Find is right! I have been an arrowhead hunter for decades, though it is getting harder to find a good place to look that hasn't already been picked over. I have several hundred whole points from the N.C. piedmont. I'm not sure I can identify all those point types from the picture, but the one on the top left looks like a Savannah River from about 3,000 B.C. to around 1,900 B.C..The one at the top right might be a drill. Depending where those came from, they can have different names for similar styles.
You can probably get identification help by going to the PaleoPlanet site and posting a clearer picture. Thanks for posting.
One the places I Turkey hunt has a field we sometimes find some pretty old points. I recently found a Kirk corner notch (8,000 B.C.) there.
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