The Timber Drive Site. An interactive multimedia exploration of the human lineage and understanding the course of evolution. Folsom dart-points are known to be found in much of that area that is high in elevation and provided an excellent view of game animals that roamed along the Rio Grande river valley below. For some reason, its also simply a fun word to say. Besides projectile points, the Clovis people used bifacially trimmed points and other woodworking and butchering artifacts, as well as flakes used simply as sharp-edged, convenient tools in their struck-off form.
It is likely that the young mammoth and bison were ambushed as they came to the water. The excitement of discovery in archaeological excavation is well known through the media, however this is only one aspect of a discipline that combines humanistic interest with scientific method. Also, the natives new that wood was not very hard so the most important parts of their tools had to be made out of stone. Cameras are used in order to take pictures of both the site as well as the artifacts. Where's Our Hangover Pill?
The fossil record of the Post Pleistocene horse in North America is mostly absent of fossil equines It's not because horses weren't here, but rather it is the nature of chance that relatively uncommon animals make for rare fossils. The Racher Site AfHi The laboratory phase of the project is probably the most time-consuming component of an archaeologist work as this process can take months to years to complete. Jobs are not found just in archaeology, though. Evidence from the Lawson Site - Pearce, R.