'The Sentient Mammoth People' is a compelling description of the microlithic abstract art that was created by a civilized Caucasian culture who lived in east central Nebraska at the end of the Pleistocene epoch before the younger dryas event that caused the extinction of the large megafauna. The microlithic abstract art figurative language that's incorporated into the Mammoth People's heat treated flint prismatic flake knives and their potsherds is the latchkey that provides a window into the distant past Ice Age. It reveals the epic folklore tales that the Mammoth People conveyed to their children. The interpretations of over seventeen hundred of these microlithic abstract artwork eating utensils culminated to give their complete popular folklore tales. These stories describe their or their ancestors epic journey to the center of the North American continent from a faraway volcanic homeland. They involved a violently erupting volcano, lahars, falling through the predator ice, attacks by lurking saber-toothed cats and lions, and being raided by the Palomino Pony People warrior braves as they trekked across the plains of the North American continent in their long Mammoth People mammoth caravan. The verification of everything implied in the book is in the interpretations, a few of which are given in the book along with photos of the artwork that's being interpreted. They should give the reader a feel for how the microlithic abstract art... works.