Science: Diggers

An international fraternity of erudite men & women unite in the belief that a yellowed tooth, a scrap of papyrus or a piece of broken pottery may be a treasure beyond price. Doings of diggers lately:

Colorado, In 1926 a party of diggers from Denver went south to excavate for fossils near Folsom, N. Mex. Among the bones of extinct bison they turned up two curious flint implements which later attained fame as the first "Folsom points." Obviously not arrowheads but possibly spearheads or darts, they were broad, flat blades with slightly rounded...

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