Summary by Ground NewsThe Paleoindian period is the time between the arrival of the ancestors of the indigenous American Indians in the Ohio Valley. A new book, "The American Southeast at the End of the Ice Age," explores what was going on during this important period from the Ohio River to the Gulf of Mexico. The earliest well-documented evidence for people in Kentucky and Ohio is the Clovis culture.
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