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Chumash Indians were using shell beads as money 2,000 years ago (www.sci-news.com)

The Chumash Indians, hunter-gatherers centered on the south-central coast of California, were using highly worked shells as currency as early as 2,000 years ago, about 1,000 years earlier than archaeologists thought.

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