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A Folsom Site in a Mountain Valley of Colorado

  • C. T. Hurst (a1)


Within recent years it has become increasingly clear that the antiquity of man in America can be pushed back to respectably remote periods of time. The evidence for this is now beyond reasonable question. The original Folsom find, as well as the more recent Lindenmeier excavations, among others, have established the general status of the Folsom culture complex involved. The work at Gypsum Cave has added to the picture of early man in America, and that at Sandia Cave also shows clear-cut evidence that cannot be ignored.



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1 The first publication of these facts was in Hurst, 1937; 1941. See Bibliography, pp. 291–295, following.

2 Tentative identification was most kindly made by Drs. Walter Granger and George G. Simpson.

A Folsom Site in a Mountain Valley of Colorado

  • C. T. Hurst (a1)


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