Clovis Age Western Stemmed Projectile Points and Human Coprolites at the Paisley Caves

@article{Jenkins2012ClovisAW,
  title={Clovis Age Western Stemmed Projectile Points and Human Coprolites at the Paisley Caves},
  author={Dennis L. Jenkins and L. Davis and T. Stafford and P. Campos and B. Hockett and G. T. Jones and L. Cummings and C. Yost and T. J. Connolly and R. Yohe and Summer C Gibbons and M. Raghavan and M. Rasmussen and J. L. Paijmans and M. Hofreiter and B. Kemp and J. L. Barta and C. Monroe and M. Gilbert and E. Willerslev},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={337},
  pages={223 - 228}
}
  • Dennis L. Jenkins, L. Davis, +17 authors E. Willerslev
  • Published 2012
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Science
  • They Walked Together Paisley Cave in Oregon provides some of the earliest evidence for humans in North America. Jenkins et al. (p. 223) provide a wide variety of additional evidence of early human occupation of this site, including a series of radiocarbon ages extending back to nearly 12,500 radiocarbon years ago (about 14,500 calendar years ago). The find includes examples of projectile points representative of the Western Stemmed Tradition dating to about 11,100 radiocarbon years ago. The… CONTINUE READING
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