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Author Archives: Bill Wedenoja

Osage Sites and Archaeology

Larry Grantham from the Missouri Department of Transportation will give a presentation entitled “Osage Sites and Archaeology: Cultural Change in the 17th-19th Centuries,” which will trace the Osage from “first contact” until 1825 when they left Missouri, at 7:00 pm …

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Secrets of Kennewick Man

Dr. Owsley will also be giving a presentation at the annual spring meeting of the Missouri Archaeological Society in Springfield, Saturday, April 2, at 7:45 pm in the Maui Ballroom at the Ramada Plaza Hotel/Oasis Convention Center on 2546 N. …

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Cannibalism in Jamestown

Dr. Douglas Owsley, noted forensic anthropologist at the Smithsonian Museum, will present a lecture on analysis of seventeenth-century skeletal remains from the historical settlement of Jamestown on Friday, April 1, at 7:00 pm in Carrington Hall room 208 on the …

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Refugees and Terrorism

The Anthropology Club is sponsoring a panel discussion on Refugees and Terrorism on Monday, February 29, from 5-6 pm in Strong Hall 407. Everyone is invited! Sarah Roither, a student who recently wrote a paper on refugees, will discuss her …

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Rock Shelters and Fossils

Dr. Bruce McMillan, formerly Director of the Illinois State Museum, will give a presentation entitled “Rock Shelters, Spring Deposits, and the Discovery of Vertebrate Fossils in the Osage-Pomme de Terre Rivers Confluence Region” at 7:00 pm, Wednesday January 6 at …

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