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location_on 3641 County Road 601, Hanceville, AL 35077, USA

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Each Unit Rents For $425 Mo. 2 Bedroom Mobile Home Rents For $375 Mo. Single Family Residence Is Extremely Private With A Lovely View Of Large Fishing Pond. Home Features 3bd/2ba, Open Floor Plan With Kitchen Open To Dining Room & Living Room. Large Laundry Room & Walk-in Pantry, Lots Of Cabinetry In Kitchen.

 

The theory is based largely on the discovery in 1929 of distinctive stone tools, including sophisticated spear points, near Clovis, N.M. The same kinds of spear points were later identified at sites across North America. After radiocarbon dating was developed in 1949, scholars found that the age of these “Clovis sites” coincided with the appearance at the end of the last ice age of an ice-free corridor of tundra leading down from what is now Alberta and British Columbia to the American Midwest.

 

Over the years, hints surfaced that people might have been in the Americas earlier than the Clovis sites suggest, but the evidence was never solid enough to dislodge the consensus view. In the past five years, however, a number of discoveries have posed major challenges to the Clovis model. Taken together, they are turning our understanding of American prehistory on its head.

 

The first evidence to raise significant questions about the Clovis model emerged in the late 1970s, when the anthropologist Tom Dillehay came across a prehistoric campsite in southern Chile called Monte Verde. Radiocarbon dating of the site suggested that the first campfires were lighted there, all the way at the southern tip of South America, well before the first Clovis tools were made. Still, Professor Dillehay’s evidence wasn’t enough to persuade scholars to abandon the Clovis model.

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