Earliest American artists were Texans

Archeologists have uncovered a cache of pre-Clovis stone tools near Killeen, definitively pushing the date of the original colonization of central Texas back by 2,000 years, and “putting the nail in the Clovis coffin” by proving that artists were chipping at bits of flint along Buttermilk Creek 15,500 years ago.

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