Ancient Clovis people may have taken tool cues from earlier Americans

Newly discovered Texas spearpoints could shed light on the first inhabitants of North America

ancient spearpoint

POINTING BACK  Discoveries at a Texas site, including this roughly 15,000-year-old stemmed spearpoint, suggest that descendants of some of the earliest American settlers were the makers of Clovis artifacts, researchers say.

Center for the Study of the First Americans/Texas A&M Univ.

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