The First Americans?

February 2005
Weekly Reader News - Senior;2/25/2005, Vol. 83 Issue 19, p7
Focuses on the artifacts discovered by scientist Albert Goodyear in a forest in South Carolina which may be believed as the first inhabitants of the U.S. Belief about the Clovis culture; Implications of the stone tools found in South Carolina; Reaction of experts to the discovery.


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