Culture Artifacts Of North America"
All the artifacts in this picture were collected west of the Mississippi River and are thought to be associated with the oldest recognized cultural tradition in North America called Clovis. They were assembled for this picture in 1991 from some of the largest museum, university and private collections in the country. Many are recognized as some of the most important Clovis artifacts ever discovered and have been published in countless scientific papers. Some of the Clovis points in this picture are generally believed to be the best examples ever found. The most important sites represented are Colby, Gault, Blackwater Draw, Domebo, Lange Ferguson, Kimmswick, Anzick and Dutton. Several examples from the Drake and Fenn Caches are also represented. Some were found during excavation of mammoth and mastodon kill sites, cache sites and a camp site. An 8 page magazine size color booklet that describes each artifact is included with each poster.
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