You betcha! I'm from OH & just love our state stone. My dad was a paleontologist/gemologist & overall "rockhound" all his life. I went with him on his outtings many times. Traipsing through local stream beds, after the winter thaw & spring rains, to see what's been uncovered, finding choice flint pieces at Flint Ridge, OH (back when you were allowed to do so). We'd also stop at a local farm, after they had turned over the land in the spring, asking permission to search for arrowheads possibly unearthed. Over the years he donated collections to Heidelburg College in OH, Rockford College in IL & a couple other colleges I don't remember.
After he passed away, I inherited his massive fossil collection & his modest flint collection. I donated the fossils to The Ohio State University & am looking to donate his flint collection to The Ohio Historical Society (which runs Flint Ridge, where the majority of his collection came from). Daddy loved finding "pictures" in the flint & I have many beautiful pieces of flint jewelry he made for me.
Below are photos of 2 of his displays at a local show & my favorite of his flint pieces, appropriately named "Lucifer" (once split, had mirrored images he glued together to make the piece) - also seen at the bottom middle of the flint display.