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BC: "Don't cry because it's over, Smile because it happened." - Dr Seuss

FC: Prehistoric Indians | By:GAvin freeZe

1: Paleo indains hunted anything they could such as mammonth, sabor tooth tigers deer, cariobuo, and turkey. They migrated with the the big game hunting aniamals. They travled with the aniamals by foot or boats on the shoreline.

3: Like the indian people living in the tundra today, Paleoindians lived in skin tents, which they could easily transport from place to place. They probably supported the skins with wood poles and branches collected from trees when they arrived at a hunting place.

4: Weapons They used clovis points and spears, and later they used bow and arrows. Clovis is a culture of Paleo-Indians. Other culturesof this period are Sandia, Folsom and Plano. They all used stone points on wooden or bone spears. The type of point differs for each culture. Clovis = slender lanceolote points 1 1/2"-5" long, fluting on both sides. Tools Drills, gravers and awls are tools used to bore holes through wood, bone or leather. Drills are made from chipped stone and are arrowhead shaped, but with a slender, tapering end used to created holes in wood or bone. Drills often display extremely worn tips. Scrapers are one of the most used Paleo-Indian tools and are used for working wood or bone and preparing hides for tanning. scrapers were used daily in the life of Paleo-Indian people. They made from a fist sized or larger piece of flint, scrapers are changed only along the cutting edge.

5: tools and weapons

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