This book contains numerous methods and techniques for recording America’s oldest projectile point. The Clovis point is the best known prehistoric point in American archaeology. This publication contains sections on Clovis distributions, identifying Clovis points, Clovis position in prehistory, recording Clovis, lithic materials, over one thousand Clovis point examples, and an extensive set of references. One major topic is identifying the “true” Clovis point. And this publication offers ways and means to record and study Paleo points, such as: Clovis discovery history, typing points, description, distribution, using nomenclature, attributes, traits, using standards, concepts, modeling Clovis data, recording policy, ethics, analytical methods, recording procedures, practices, and processes. The book is four hundred plus pages, black and white, eight and a half by eleven inch format, and has a soft cover. The author has over forty years in American prehistoric studies and is a charter member of the Registry of Professional Archaeologists.