Arizona State Museum celebrates 120 years

Dr. Emil W. Haury (ASM director 1938-64) with (left to right) land owner Fred Navarette, paleontologist Dr. John Lance, and archaeologist Ken Greenleaf at Naco mammoth kill site, April 14-18, 1952. Eight Clovis projectile points found in the rib cage of a 10,000-year-old Columbian mammoth at this ancient kill site provided the first substantial evidence of Paleo-Indian peoples in this region at the close of the last ice age.

April 12, 2013 6:25 pm  • 
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