Artifacts with Mammoth Remains, Naco, Arizona

@article{Haury1953ArtifactsWM,
  title={Artifacts with Mammoth Remains, Naco, Arizona},
  author={Emil Walter Haury and Ernest Antevs and John Franklin Lance},
  journal={American Antiquity},
  year={1953},
  volume={19},
  pages={1 - 24}
}
On September 22, 1951, Marc Navarrete brought word to the Arizona State Museum of the discovery of two large projectile points in association with mammoth bones exposed in an arroyo eroded by Greenbush Creek one mile northwest of Naco, Arizona (Fig. 1). Marc Navarrete and his father, Fred, for some fifteen years have been watching the arroyo for fossils as erosion widened and deepened it. A bone concentration, though known for some time, was freshly exposed by floods resulting from heavy summer… 
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