Case in point

Neely, Nick
July 2010
High Country News;7/19/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p8
The article focuses on a six-inch blade of sparkling, hazelnut-hued stone artifact that was discovered in West Teton Valley in Idaho. It mentions that the artifact was a blade that had been shaped by a member of the Clovis people, the first human in North America, peripatetics who hunted mammoth and other Pleistocene game about 13,000 years ago. It adds that the blade's craftsmanship was distinctive.


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