This article was originally published in The American Paleolithic, Volume 1 Number 1 Mick Hager, CAPR Board Member The “New Discoveries in the American Paleolithic Conference” held in January 2019 included presentations numerous Paleolithic sites in the Americas that ranged in age from 16,000 to 130,000 years old. Sites in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina containContinue reading “This Can’t be Archaeology; It’s Too Old”
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The Debate Concerning the Early Peopling of the Americas Has Always Been a Paleontological Problem
This article was originally published in “The American Paleolithic,” Volume 1 Number 1 in October of 2019. Steven R. Holen, Ph.D., Director of Research The debate concerning the early peopling of the Americas has been at the forefront of scientific inquiry for more than 125 years. Although the subject is too broad to discuss inContinue reading “The Debate Concerning the Early Peopling of the Americas Has Always Been a Paleontological Problem”
The American Paleolithic, Volume 1, Number 1
October 2019 Introduction The Center for American Paleolithic Research (CAPR) is seven years old and The American Paleolithic publication is the newest addition to disseminate information about our continuing mission to find and share archaeological evidence of early people in the Americas. We created CAPR because of a long-standing gap in the archaeological record betweenContinue reading “The American Paleolithic, Volume 1, Number 1”
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