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Clovis Lithic Technology: Investigation of a Stratified Workshop at the…

by Dr. Michael R. Waters

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This book describes a Clovis prehistoric native American site in the Texas Hill Country region known as the Gault site. This is a highly technical description, suitable for archeologists mainly, including amateur archeologists. It is about the detailed stratigraphic relationships of the Edwards chert cobbles worked by the native Americans at the site, and also about the flaking sequence used to produce various tools and projectile points. ( )
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Some 13,000 years ago, humans were drawn repeatedly to a small valley in what is now Central Texas, near the banks of Buttermilk Creek. These early hunter-gatherers camped, collected stone, and shaped it into a variety of tools they needed to hunt game, process food, and subsist in the Texas wilderness. Their toolkit included bifaces, blades, and deadly spear points. Where they worked, they left thousands of pieces of debris, which have allowed archaeologists to reconstruct their methods of tool production. Along with the faunal material that was also discarded in their prehistoric cam… (more)

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