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Join in the Exploration!

Posted September 8, 2023

Happy Fall! The Center for the Study of the First Americans is the premier research organization dedicated to understanding the Ice Age peopling of the Americas. One reason is because of Center members, and we sincerely appreciate them! Center member support is crucial to research, education, public outreach, and vital to our mission of excellence.  […]

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In the Latest Issue of Mammoth Trumpet

Posted July 18, 2023

The July Mammoth Trumpet has hit the mailboxes! Don’t miss out on reading about La Mina in Quintana Roo. This old mine houses the best-preserved evidence of the First Americans. You can also read about craniofacial morphology as well as an article questioning if the White Sands National Park footprints are as old as they […]

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New Center Book!

Posted April 29, 2023

Large-Scale Traps of the Great Basin By Bryan Hockett and Eric Dillingham Contributions by Clifford Alpheus Shaw and Mark O’Brien This important new research from Bryan Hockett and Eric Dillingham examines the archaeological evidence for large-scale traps over the past 9,000 years in North America’s Great Basin. The authors provide field identification methods, hard data, […]