Major Archaeology Conference
The largest gathering of Paleoamerican researchers and artifacts since 1999 will take place in Santa Fe, October 17-19, 2013 at the new Santa Fe Convention Center.
Titled, Paleoamerican Odyssey, the conference will explore new findings on the first people to colonize the Americas during the last Ice Age. In attendance will be, Bernie Dutton, Bosque Museum's resident archaeologist. She will attend the various lectures with keynote speakers familiar to the museum and with Horn Shelter.
Dennis Stanford & Bruce Bradley co-authored, Across Atlantic Ice.
Douglas W. Owsley, Smithsonian
Michael Waters, Head of the Texas A&M Center for the Study of First Americans
Ted Goebel, Texas A&M University
Michael B. Collins, University of Texas; Gault Site
Dennis Stanford, Smithsonian (wife, Pegi Jodrey lectured at the Bosque Museum)
Bruce Bradley, Smithsonian
This event is sponsored by Texas A&M University Center for the Study of First Americans. Click here for more info on the conference or registration.
Horn Shelter on Hold
Dr. Lori Baker of Baylor University has received the most recent DNA results on the Horn Shelter Man. We are awaiting the publication of her report to find out what the results show. Earlier DNA studies showed that Horn Shelter Man was not related to modern Native Americans.
Read more about Horn Shelter on the Bosque Museum's Website.
Horn Shelter External Links
Texas Beyond History
Texas State Historical Association
Frank Watt Bio