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« Reply #10 on: June 08, 2011, 09:54:52 am »
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Crazy Stuff, Eaaa?    Yes , I know they had Trade in Products just like today.

Up here in the S.W. USA, they would work a area that produced or had workable material.   

The place I was talking about had little to show for anyone living there for extended times.

Just the workings, and Material.

Now it's just a Arid Small Volcanic intrusion poking up in the middle of no were.

Back then there may have been water.

The area below does flood in the winters if it rains.

Rabbits, Prong Horn Antelope, Coyotes and Wolves today  Yes I've seen Mexican Wolves out there.   Don't know what was going on back then.



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« Reply #11 on: June 08, 2011, 10:41:38 am »
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I have seen a master napper turn out very nice points in an hour or less it is quiet a art form.

As far as trade goes there must have been a lot going on 1000's of years ago as its common to find Clovis and other points at McFadden beach which is 100's of miles from the closes useable flint.

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