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December 12 2012

Forests near Yellowstone hold traces of human habitation dating back millennia


MEETEETSE, WYO. ó The greater Yellowstone area is cherished for its unspoiled landscapes and abundant wildlife. But itís hardly a region that most people think of as an archaeological treasure trove. Most people, though, are wrong to think that.

Thatís the viewpoint of Larry Todd, an archaeologist who grew up in Meeteetse, near the eastern boundary of Yellowstone National Park and surrounded by the Shoshone National Forest. Todd has worked for more than 30 years studying traces left by ancient peoples in places as diverse as France, Ukraine and Ethiopia, as well as teaching in Colorado and Wyoming.

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