Topic ID #38868 - posted 10/20/2017 11:11 AM

2018 Archaeological Field Methods in Alaska



bwygal

Adelphi University Archaeological Field Methods in Alaska
Late Pleistocene Archaeology Field School in the Tanana Valley, Alaska.
University students interested in archaeology are encouraged to apply for the Adelphi University Archaeological Field Methods in Alaska course. With a student to instructor ratio among the lowest available (3:1), you will participate in ongoing research and make new discoveries. Excavate the newly discovered Holzman site along Shaw Creek where we are investigating the interaction of Ice Age people with mammoth and other large fauna. Join us as we investigate the question, who were the First Alaskans?

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Post ID#20924 - replied 11/17/2017 4:23 PM



bwygal

Get a sneak peek at the latest evidence from the Holzman site from "Late Pleistocene Mammoth Ivory Use at the Holzman site in Interior Alaska" (link). Our poster presented at the 116th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C. where this field school will be held.

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