Earliest Americans' Traces Found In Texas

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Earliest Americans' Traces Found In Texas

Stone tools recently uncovered in a Texas creek valley were found to be 15,500 years old, making them the earliest known artifacts of what may have been the very first Americans. What do you think?

  • "That same county also boasts traces of the very latest Americans."

    Nathaniel Albarn
    Jigsaw Operator
  • "Well, at least they haven't named them yet, which means my tattoo is easily fixable."

    Jane Hewlett
    Looper
  • "I'm just afraid this news is going to give Texans the impression that they’re somehow superior to everyone else."

    Ben Nakamura
    Systems Analyst
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