The first U.S. immigrants were known as the Clovis people and arrived 13,000 years ago from Asia.
That meant the Clovis child should have been of European ancestry.
During the strike, brothers Clovis and Bennie Martin owned a small coffee shop and restaurant in the French Market.
type of prehistoric stone spearpoints, 1943, from Clovis, New Mexico, U.S., near which place they were found. The town is said to have been named for the Frankish king Clovis (Latinized from Frankish Chlodovech, from Germanic masc. proper name *hluda-wigaz "famous in battle," cognate with Ludwig and Louis).