Georgia's first, and only the continental United States' seventh, witnessed fall. According to the extensive research of Frank Cressy,
on the doorstep of his forthcoming book on American witnessed falls, this may well be the remaining main mass. A century ago, Farrington
estimated that less than one kilogram of the meteorite was preserved in his 1915 work Meteorites of North America, stating that Wulfing
could only account for 741 grams in collections and another 170 grams was at Amherst (which subsequently went to ASU).