Ancient Stone tools found near Walker, MN

Archaeologists have discovered stone tools atop a hill in the northern Minnesota town of Walker that may be 13,000 to 14,000 years old.
WALKER, Minn. — (AP) – From the rough stone tools, archaeologists are speculating that “we’re looking at certainly the relatively earliest occupants of the North American continent,” biologist and archaeologist Matt Mattson said in a Star Tribune of Minneapolis report Thursday night. He worked on the project for the Leech Lake Heritage Sites Program, which is based near Cass Lake.