Archeology

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  • Denali National Park & Preserve

    Bull River Prehistoric Upland Hunting Site

    people kneeling on a tree-less ridge top

    Artifacts suggest prehistoric humans hunted throughout upland areas of Denali over 12,000 years ago. Finds like these help researchers test hypotheses about how humans colonized the Americas. Read more

  • Denali National Park & Preserve

    Ice Patch Archeology

    patch of snow on a mountain top

    What can archeologists discover from patches of perennial snow and ice high in the Alaska Range? Read more

  • close view of two white colored male sheep

    Emerging archaeological evidence suggests that upland landscapes of central Alaska were seasonally important to early humans as hunting grounds, for animals like Dall sheep. When and how humans adapted to this landscape is unknown, and so archeologists study such areas to get a clearer picture of the lives of early humans in this part of the world. Read more

  • close view of two white colored male sheep

    Emerging archaeological evidence suggests that upland landscapes of central Alaska were seasonally important to early humans as hunting grounds, for animals like Dall sheep. When and how humans adapted to this landscape is unknown, and so archeologists study such areas to get a clearer picture of the lives of early humans in this part of the world. Read more

  • shallow river flowing across a gravel plain

    Learn about a millennia-old archeology site overlooking Denali's Teklanika River. Read more

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