Found next to a river I the Pacific Northwest and embroiled in controversy for the next couple decades, Kennewick man answered some questions but generated more.
Located in Williamson County, the Coats-Hines Site is loaded with mastodon remains and evidence of the interaction between early Native Americans and these creaturs.
Located high in the Columbian Andes, El Abra was once a thriving collection of rock shelters that provided everything the earliest humans to the area needed.
One of the oldest confirmed pre-Clovis sites in the Americas, Monte Verde is located on the far southern tip of Chile and South America and caused researchers to challenge assumptions and come up with new ways people could have entered the Americas.
The Rimrock Draw site in southeastern Oregon is changing what archaeologists know about the first people to live in Oregon. It presents some unique challenges and opportunities, and ongoing research has been made possible through public support from OAS.
Christopher Sims (host)