The making and use of stone tools by Native Californians followed a pattern from the earliest Stone Age in Africa. It was a universal survival kit surprisingly similar the world over. This book looks at how these tools were made and used and how they evolved over time, including the use of spear throwers.
Universal Tool Kit
Out of Africa To Native California
Author: Paul D. Campbell
About the Author
Paul D. Campbell
Paul Campbell was raised in rural Minnesota where he learned to love nature and the outdoors. He graduated from the University of Minnesota and, after serving in the Marine Corps, worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Probation as a Probation Officer and as a social worker for Children's Services. Now retired, he lives in southern California and travels extensively in Mexico and the Southwest U.S. He is the author of Survival Skills of Native California, The Humboldt Celt and Astronomy and the Maya Calendar Correlation.
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