Archeology: 2,500-Year-Old Bison-Kill Site Offers New Clues to Plains Cultures

The discovery is in southern Alberta, but the story has strong connections to North Dakota because many of the spear and arrow heads used were made from Knife River flint. This is an interesting article on some ancient North Dakota history.

This article was sourced from:

Blake De Pastino, Western Digs

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