Nebraska's 18,500 Y.O. La Sena Site

Nebraska by request. There is decent evidence humans were involved with a Mammoth skeleton 18,500 years ago. A Mammoth find at the Medicine Creek Reservoir in 1987 shows evidence of human interaction. But as with other pre-Clovis sites there... read more

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Nebraska by request. There is decent evidence humans were involved with a Mammoth skeleton 18,500 years ago. A Mammoth find at the Medicine Creek Reservoir in 1987 shows evidence of human interaction. But as with other pre-Clovis sites there is some controversy.

https://caprmammoth.org/la-sena/
https://history.nebraska.gov/sites/history.nebraska.gov/files/doc/publications/NH1994Time4_Hunters.pdf
https://capr665745208.files.wordpress.com/2019/06/holen-qi-2006.pdf
http://nebraskastudies.org/en/pre-1500/first-human-residents/
https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Spirally-fractured-limb-bone-at-the-La-Sena-mammoth-site-The-large-fragment-of-femur-on_fig2_228991649

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