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Dig This: 50 Years Of Archaeology At Tule Springs
Dig This: 50 Years Of Archaeology At Tule Springs

AIR DATE: January 7, 2013

It's been 50 years since the first "Big Dig" at Tule Springs, and archaeologists are still making new discoveries. We'll talk to an orginal crew member from 1962-1963, and a geologist who studies the area for UNLV. They'll tell us what we've learned from Tule Springs, and why it's an important archaeological site.
Steve Rowland, geology professor, UNLV
Margaret Lyneis, retired anthropology professor, UNLV


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