Congratulations to Don Pattee, co-author of a study from Oregon’s Warner Valley, where results suggest Clovis and Western Stemmed Tradition projectile point technologies were separated by a narrow period of time or that two cultural traditions existed during the terminal Pleistocene in the northern Great Basin.
For more information see: PaleoAmerica, Volume 1, Issue 4 (October, 2015), pp. 360-373
The Surface Paleoindian Record of Northern Warner Valley, Oregon, and Its Bearing on the Temporal and Cultural Separation of Clovis and Western Stemmed Points in the Northern Great Basin
Geoffrey M. Smith; Danielle C. Felling; Teresa A. Wriston; Donald D, Pattee