Anthropologist discusses early high plains Native American culture PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 August 2014 09:47

Donald Blakeslee, a professor of anthropology at Wichita State University, makes a presentation Saturday about the historic connections across the high plains by Native Americans. Blakeslee used meteorite material that was discovered in various regions to show a connection between multiple tribes. L&T photo/Earl Watt

 

Donald Blakeslee, a professor of anthropology at Wichita State University, examines artifacts from local and area residents Saturday at the Rock Island Depot. Blakeslee’s studies have indicated that the Native American cultures across the high plains were not isolated groups but traveled long distances and shared a “continent-wide intellectual tradition.” L&T?photo/Earl Watt

 
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