Stone Tool Discovered In Oregon Could Prove America's First Human Habitation

March 9, 2015 6:17 AM

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A stone tool, that is estimated to be more than 15, 000 years old bearing bison blood, has been excavated in Oregon. If it is verified to be this old, it will be America's earliest sign of habitation ever recorded.

A stone tool, that is estimated to be more than 15, 000 years old bearing bison blood, has been excavated in Oregon. If it is verified to be this old, it will be America's earliest sign of habitation ever recorded.

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