Archaeologists seek answers at latest Idaho excavations

Archaeologists seek answers at latest Idaho excavations

Researchers dig fossils that may be 13,000 years old
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Laura Longstaff, a graduate student at the University of Idaho, catalogs artifacts uncovered at an archaeological dig near Kelly Creek in the Clearwater National Forest in north-central Idaho.
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Researchers at the University of Idaho are studying a number of artifacts, ranging from 12,000 to 200 years old found at a dig site on Kelly Creek, such as this spear point. The artifacts include arrow and spear points, fishing tools, scrapers and tools used to make other tools.
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Students working at an archaeological site near Coopers Ferry, Idaho, have made a series of videos about the work that can be viewed at www.youtube.com/user/CoopersFerrySite.

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