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A Journey to a New Land

Woolly Mammoth
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Tule Springs

Projectile points

Projectile points

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Tents borrowed from Boy Scouts

Tents borrowed from Boy Scouts

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TS Martin & Mehringer collecting pollen at Site 4, East profile

TS Martin & Mehringer collecting pollen at Site 4, East profile

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Two of the biggest bulldozers used for excavation

Two of the biggest bulldozers used for excavation

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Spring debris and mammoth bones

Spring debris and mammoth bones

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Dr. W.F. Libby (wearing the hat) provided free radiocarbon dating, December 1962

Dr. W.F. Libby (wearing the hat) provided free radiocarbon dating, December 1962

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Explaining archaeology

December 3, 1962
Explaining archaeology, bone exposure site: Vance Haynes, Jess Jennings, Desmond Clark, Bob Heizer, Bob Euler, John Mawby

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View of site – bulldozer tracks

View of site – bulldozer tracks

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Bone pile – bison, camel, horse

Bone pile – bison, camel, horse

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Bone pile – bison, camel, horse.

Bone pile – bison, camel, horse.

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Bone pile – camel jaw

Bone pile – camel jaw

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Site 5, Digging & Mammoth Tusks

Site 5, Digging & Mammoth Tusks

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