High Alpine Archaeology Presentation with Todd Guenther
Presentation: Todd Guenther “From Clovis to Cowboy: Five Years of Archaeological Reconnaissance between 10,000 and 13,800ft in the Wind River Mountains, Wyoming”
Date & Time: Monday, January 20th at 6:30 pm
The Place to Be: FCLS-Lander Library Carnegie Room
As part of the Crossroads Mural Speaker Series, the Lander Library Friends Association will host CWC Archaeology Director, Todd Guenther on Monday, January 20 at 6:30 pm for the latest developments in the exciting high elevation and glacial archaeology projects at Dinwoody in the Wind River Mountains.
Todd’s expeditions are a component of the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition (ICCE). He says, “The discoveries we have made up there have attracted international attention, and considerable local interest. For example, we have recorded the highest bison jump in North America at 11,000 feet and the highest prehistoric site in Wyoming at 13,470. Last summer my field school documented what appears to be a twenty-mile long prehistoric pilgrimage trail from the famous Dinwoody Lakes petroglyphs up to the Dinwoody Glacier.”
Please join us in the Carnegie Room at the Lander Library for Todd’s presentation about recent discoveries and how they increase our understanding of our prehistoric neighbors.
Fremont County Library System, The place to be!
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