November 2007
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;11/30/2007, Vol. 77 Issue 11/12, p2
The article reports on the use of a high-technology machine by scientists in studying Native American arrowheads and other stone tools to determine how the people traded goods with one another. The machine does not harm the objects, unlike in the past when scientists had to drill holes or take samples from artifacts. It can also tell the composition of the objects.


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