At the far right two of the oldest projectile points in the Americas, the Clovas and Folsom points.he human history of the Americas has its roots deep in the soil of Texas.Lacking a written record it is not a history in the traditional sense of the word, but it is a cronological record none-the-less.
Check along the confluence of creeks and rivers, and the terraces along the banks.
Frequently, campsites were located on the cut-bank side of a creek -- check out the embankment being carefull not do any serious digging and this can cause more serious erosion. This referrs to small pieces of flint that result from the creation, reshaping and use of artifacts.
So, that someone special not only makes your heart palpitate but also your mouth salivate!
Only, you get nervous when it comes to the papiyas and jhapiyas?
You can see the extract about Ragdale from that original health farm article below.A copy of a Pecos River pictograph, left, showa a horned shaman, or power fiture, with the atlatl in his right hand and several compound arrows in his left.To the immediate right of the central figure is, from top to bottom, a top fiew of a straight-style atlatl with leather finger loops, the fore-shaft inserted into the main shaft, and the foreshaft.Texas shares with New Mexico the distinction of being the cradle of this art form. And the Hill Country, due to the longstand abundance of water and game, has unusually large concentrations of prehistoric artifacts.Over 60 distinctive types of projectile points can be found here, usually on high groun adjacent to the confluence of creeks or rivers.Eventually, thousands upon thousands of these points found their way into private collections across the state.