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Paleoindian & Other Archaeological Stuff
Designed to share ideas and knowledge about the Paleoindians, the Archaic, and archaeology of mostly the U.S. Southwest.
Archaeoastronomy in the American Southwest
Depicting documented calendar systems noting knowledge of celestial patterns along migratory and trade routes throughout the American Southwest.
Oregon Archaeological Society
Family oriented, Portland based society of field trained volunteers and archaeological professionals who study Pacific Northwest native lifeways.
On the Clovis First / Pre-Clovis Problem
Discussion of the possible first people to enter the New World, based on flake and blade technology.
Dickson Mounds Museum
On-site archaeological museum that features ongoing excavations, exhibits, and interpretive programs.
North American Archeology
Lists both historic and prehistoric archaeological resources for various regions of North America.
Prehistory of Alaska
Provides an overview of the state's prehistory and briefly describes the cultural resources in each national park and preserve.
Florida Historical Contexts: The Paleoindian Period
Learn about the Paleoindians of Florida, their material culture, settlement patterns, villages, techonolgies, and social organization.
Paleo End Scraper
Artifact of the Paleoindian tradition.
Art and the Folsom Point
Discussion on the purpose of the Folsom flute.
Secret Canyon, The
Scientific American Frontiers program dedicated to Utah's Range Creek canyon, a canyon that is filled with the well-preserved remains of the Fremont people.
Wake Forest University: Anthropology
Information on the museum, field schools, faculty, and programs.
Prehistoric Texas - Ancient Peoples in a Changing World
An interactive map that introduces viewers to the Native American cultures that made Texas their home.
Devoted to prehistoric archaeology in Minnesota. Topics include sites, artifacts, survival technologies, and the taxonomy.