"Early Paleo Indian Artifacts Of North America"
30 DIFFERENT STATES IN THE U.S.
The artifacts in this picture represent some of the oldest Stone Age tools ever found in the United States. They range in age from 14,000 to 10,500 years ago. The Early Paleo artifacts in this picture were collected in 30 different states within the U.S. This was the first and only time this many important Paleo-Indian artifacts were ever brought together for a single picture. Many of the Clovis kill sites are represented such as the Colby mammoth kill in Wyoming, the Domebo mammoth kill in Oklahoma, the Lange Ferguson mammoth kill in South Dakota and the Kimmswick mastodon kill site in Missouri just to name a few. Cache sites such as Anzick, Drake, Richey and Lamb are represented plus camp sites and manufacturing sites. Most of the artifacts in this picture are fluted spear points but all tool types are represented. From gravers to end-scrapers. This poster comes with an eight page magazine size booklet that describes each artifact.
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