American Dawn: A New Model of American Préhistory
Suggests that the first men were of the pebble tool chopper tradition who used stone projectile points on wide-ranging big hunts. Furthermore he believes they were the antecedents of the Asian immigrants previously thought to have been the primal tribe on the continent.
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