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In some cases, culturally diagnostic artifacts were included in the caches, making it possible to link a given cache to a particular culture-historic group and thus allowing insights into how that group organized... In support of this proposition, we present data from a portion of the Hogeye cache from Bastrop, Texas (Hemmings et al. ..research question of Clovis lithic procurement, caching, and mobility (Figure 10.1).
2006; Jennings 2013) and evaluate these data against detailed descriptions and measurements from two previously reported and well-illustrated caches, de Graffenried (Collins et al. This type of research is possible because the region contains relatively wellknown lithic material sources that are macroscopically distinct and are separated by large areas with few or no lithic resources (Holen 1991, 2001a), which makes... The relatively frequent caching of tools by Clovis people is becoming increasingly evident (as these chapters attest) and appears to set Clovis apart from subsequent Paleoindian groups in the North American Plains and western mountains.
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As such, caching is an intentional act anticipated to be followed by the future... The peopling of the Americas marks the terminus of an epic dispersal of the genus Homo, commencing about 50,000 years ago as fully modern humans (H.
sapiens) left Africa and culminating about 12,000 years ago with their appearance in South America.
Frison reported 5 Clovis caches in 1991 (Frison 1991a); by 1999, 9 assemblages had been confidently identified as Clovis caches (Collins 1999a:41–43); the number had increased to at least 16 by 2008 (Kilby 2008), and at...