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    Herbert L Minshall
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    0913938173
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    978-0913938171
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    Copley Books; 1st edition (1976)
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Herbert L. Minshall stated that in 1985 several of the best small Calico implements were displayed at the annual . final’ solutions to the early origins, migrations, and cultures of Pleistocene man in the New World are premature. Minshall stated that in 1985 several of the best small Calico implements were displayed at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Denver, Colorado. Minshall wrote (1989, p. 111): The tools were finally accepted as manmade, but now the objection was that they could not possibly have so great an age, even though 200,000 years was modest compared to many estimates for the age of the fan sediments. ‘final’ solutions to the early origins, migrations, and cultures of Pleistocene man in the New World are premature.

The Broken Stones The Case for Early Man in California.

Merlin Theodore Minshall (21 December 1906 – 3 September 1987) was a British naval officer and adventurer. He is often claimed to have been one of the inspirations behind James Bond, the fictional spy created by Ian Fleming. Minshall worked for Fleming during the Second World War, as a member of the Royal Navy's Naval Intelligence Division. He wrote about his life in a book entitled Guilt-Edged (published 1975).

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To them the broken stones are begin- ning to speak-and they speak of the THE BROKEN STONES presence of man on the American Con- The Case For Early Man In California tinent many, many thousands of years before he shaped the first bow and By Herbert L. Not all of those who work in anthropol- Richard F. Pourade, in his Foreword, ogy are ready to accept all the findings CACTUS COOK BOOK compiled by Joyce L. gives this description of Broken Stones: nor all the conclusions.

Minshall, Herbert L. 1976 The broken stones. Copley Books, La Jolla, California. Rogers, Malcolm J. 1929 Early lithic industries of the lower basin of the Colorado River and adjacent desert areas. San DiegoMuseum Papers No. 3. Woodring, W. P. 1931 Distribution and age of the tertiary deposits of the Colorado Desert.

If early humans smashed mastodon bones found in California in 1992 . They present evidence that the broken stones and bones could have been broken by humans, said Vance T. Holliday, an archaeologist.

If early humans smashed mastodon bones found in California in 1992, scientists will have to rethink how humans came to the Americas. The earliest widely accepted evidence of people in the Americas is less than 15,000 years old. Genetic studies strongly support the idea that those people were the ancestors of living Native Americans, arriving in North America from Asia. Holliday, an archaeologist at the University of Arizona. But they don’t demonstrate that they could only be broken by humans.

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