Finding a fishhook in an archaeological site is rare whether underwater or from a terrestrial site…. as are many of the cultural belongings found in these galleries… stay tuned for more updates!
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Hemmings, C. Andrew. 1999. The Paleoindian and early Archaic Tools of Sloth Hole (8Je121): An Inundated site in the Lower Aucilla River, Jefferson County, Florida. University of Florida.
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