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  • by Published on 05-05-2014 01:20 PM

    This time-lapse video was taken by Bruce Turner of Austin. He & David Calame & I removed the skull last weekend and are digging the rest out this weekend. Bruce attached a camera to a tree that took a picture every minute.

    I originally was told the bones were 2 to 10 thousand years old but now I think it's at least a couple hundred to a few thousand years old. Should find out soon if the carbon dating is reliable.
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    by Published on 05-04-2014 11:01 AM

    Thanks to John Garrett for allowing us to share this presentation here.

    John helped in the creation of this PowerPoint presentation that Tony Baker presented at the Plains Anthropological Conference in late October, 2011, about 6 months before he unexpectedly passed away.

    Click the attachment to open "I Know It When I See It" - unfluted, thin-bodied, concave-based points by Tony Baker and John Garrett. From ...
    by Published on 03-31-2014 11:01 PM
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    As the Detroit Museum of Natural History prepared to close its doors after more than a century of operation, packers found a few 'new' discoveries in the process. The most surprising find is a long lost assemblage of Native American or 'Indian' artifacts that researchers say contains some of the rarest and best examples known.


    Six inch fluted points identified as Clovis and Cumberland points, caches of Adena 'Turkeytail' ...
    by Published on 03-10-2014 10:04 AM

    Here is a sequence of photos representing a bison skull I appropriated from the river a few years ago. Everything I show I am sure will be 100% from Cherry County in the sandhills of Nebraska. Most of that will be from the Snake river or riparian zone. If anything, I can give you a small snapshot of artifacts in this area. Of course, I am still trying to figure out what many of these artifacts are and what lithic material they are made of. ...
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    Published on 03-02-2014 09:05 AM
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    both broken, one was drilled with something like a bamboo (hollow reed covered in chert dust) and the other with a drill bit, perhaps of chert (you can see the circular lines. Both these purchased by me some years ago:

    reed drilled:


    same piece:


    and the drilled with bit:


    another view:
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