ANTH Lecture 10 - Lecture,82110 FinalPoints:

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Lecture, 8-21-10 Final Points: Pre-Clovis hinges on small number of sites *need to find widespread patterns of occupation *Earliest such patterns still Clovis Possible that small groups migrated from several origins (Europe, Southeast  Asia) before Paleoindian migration at end of Pleistocene *early populations die off, or absorbed by later migrant populations? Political and Prestige motivations of instigators also a factor Modern Native Americans tend to reject any archeological explanation of their  origins. More Paleoindian: 3 distinct adaptations based on lithic technology Clovis- 11, 500-9,000 BC Nationwide Folsom- 9,000-8,000 BC with the most kill site only in plains region Plano- 8,000-5,000 BC with the most kill sites only in plains region Anzik site: Montana Younger Dryas- 12,800-11,500 ya  2 hypotheses for large bodied faunal lost What was life like?
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