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  • MT 38-3 Cover photo of diver in La Mina Cave

    In the Latest Issue of Mammoth Trumpet

    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 […]

  • Points from Cooper's Ferry site

    In the Latest Issue of Mammoth Trumpet

    The April Mammoth Trumpet is published! Read part 2 of our White Sands story, take a visit to Cooper’s Ferry where Clovis is not first in line, read about sedimentary ancient DNA, and more. Subscribe today so you don’t miss out.

  • January mammoth trumpet cover. Painting of Paleoamericans and animals sharing space in ancient New Mexico.

    In The Latest Issue of Mammoth Trumpet

    Take care and read your Mammoth Trumpet! The Winter Mammoth Trumpet has published! Learn more about the White Sands footprints, early tobacco use in North America, populating South America via the Pacific coast, Guadalupe S├ínchez and her desert culture studies, and much more. The Mammoth Trumpet is produced four times a year and has been […]

  • October Mammoth Trumpet cover with flowers on a Pacific Ocean bluff

    In The Latest Issue of Mammoth Trumpet

    Take care, be well and read your Mammoth Trumpet! The Fall Mammoth Trumpet has published! Paleocoastal living on the Pacific (California) shore meant enjoying a bounty of food on Santarosae Island, a short boat ride away. We travel to Owl Ridge, Alaska, a site occupied for thousands of years. You can’t mention Paleoindian archaeology in […]