Monthly Archives: July 2015

Did You Know? Today is The Day of Archaeology

On July 24th, archaeologists celebrate outreaching to the public about what their daily life is like and what their job entails. Archaeology has always been fascinating to people, probably because of the imagined adventure. Take Hollywood, for example, the Indiana … Continue reading

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Revisiting The Kennewick Man: More Controversy!

In a previous post, I wrote about the controversy over ancient skeletal remains of the Kennewick man, found in Kennewick. He is known to be the oldest Paleo-American in the country! Scientists studied his lifestyle and his demise but were … Continue reading

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