Oregon site yields ancient artifacts

December 2009
Native American Times;12/18/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 50, p4
The article features the ancient artifacts found by archeologists at the North Umpqua National Forest in Williams Creek, Oregon which predated to the Mount Mazama volcano blast 6,600 years ago. Archeologists believe that the site could be older than 10,000 years with the depth and amount of obsidian arrowheads and tools that were dug up in the area. The artifacts will then be placed at the Oregon State Museum of Anthropology and Natural History.


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