Topic ID #38740 - posted 9/17/2017 5:10 PM

CSU archaeologists unearthing man’s roots in Alaska



rkeyo

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Archaeologists working for Colorado State University’s Center for the Environmental Management of Military Lands have made significant discoveries placing the earliest North Americans in Alaska 14,000 years ago.

Professor Julie Esdale and her team have uncovered tools, weapons and the remains of bison, mammoth, elk and other large game at sites used over and over again for centuries by nomadic hunters in the region. The sites are located on 1.6 million acres of land at Fort Wainwright, just southeast of Fairbanks.

https://source.colostate.edu/csu-archaeologists-unearthing-mans-roots-alaska/





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