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Lecture 28 – Puget Sound Clovis Culture

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Department
Anthropology
Course
Anthropology 2231F/G
Professor
Christopher Ellis
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 28 – Puget Sound Clovis Culture  Evidence of settlement around 10,000 BP  Points found on the surface, not in stratigraphic layers o Points very unique  Manis Mastodon Site o Said to be Pre-Clovis o Known since 1970s o Dates to 13,500 – 13,900 calendar years ago o Helps with Coastal Route hypothesis  Windust Phase: 11,000-7,000 BC o Southern coastal areas o Maximal bands: 175-500 people  Very small population density,  Highly mobile o Kinnewick man: approximately 7,500 BP  One of most complete ancient skeletons found in the ar
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