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Cactus Hill site, Virginia

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Cactus Hill site.
Cactus Hill site.
Clovis artifacts from Cactus Hill.
Clovis artifacts from Cactus Hill.
General view of the Cactus Hill site.
General view of the Cactus Hill site.
Proposed Pre-Clovis artifacts.
Proposed Pre-Clovis artifacts.
Stratigraphy at the Cactus Hil site.
Stratigraphy at the Cactus Hil site.
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The companion book to the Paleoamerican Odyssey conference is currently sold out. BUT! We are happy to announce that TAMU Press is currently reprinting the volume. Stay tuned for availability!

Mike Waters and colleagues publish article in Nature and present the genome of a Late Pleistocene human from a Clovis burial! (pdf)

Kelly Graf and colleagues publish article in Nature which shows that Siberians on the Mammoth Steppe were direct ancestors of the First Americans! (pdf)

Upcoming Field School Opportunity!
CSFA Summer Field School on the Bering Land Bridge
June 1-July 5, 2014

Ted Goebel and co-authors publish article in Journal of Archaeological Science on excavations, dating, and analysis of Paleoindian deposits at Serpentine Hot Springs, Alaska, a fluted point site on the Bering Land Bridge. (pdf)

Congratulations to John Blong for receiving a $15,000 Dissertation Fellowship from the Office of Graduate Studies at Texas A&M!