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Preface; Introduction; Environment: Modern and Early Holocene; Hunter-Gatherer Land Use, Lithic Technology, and Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Project Area; Projectile Point Analysis Procedure; Late Paleoindian Projectile Point Typology in the Western United States; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Typological Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Raw Material Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Qualitative Technological Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Quantitative Technological Variability; Late Paleoindian Projectile Points: Condition and Reworking; Discussion and Conclusions.
Mike Rigsby is an electrical engineer who has contributed to several magazines, including Byte, Circuit Cellar, Modern Electronics, and Robotics Age. He lives in Fort Myers, Florida.
"Finally, an engineer writes a book for kids! Amazing Rubber Band Cars is much more than a throwback to the 1950s, when kids made their own toys. Mike Rigsby realizes that you learn more by building than by buying ... and that home-brewing a cardboard car is just plain fun." -- Cliff Stoll, author, The Cuckoo's Egg"