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Visiting Exhibits

We bring exhibits from institutions around the country to broaden our perspective through dialog on contemporary issues. We look forward to your visit and conversation.

High in the alpine, above the modern treeline, ice patches--frozen for milennia--are melting. The archaeology being revealed vividly illustrates that these places were once regularly inhabited by Native Americans

Current Exhibition

The USU Museum of Anthropology enthusiastically presents, Archaeology Out of Ice The identification of rare, unique and important artifacts and paleo biological specimens at melting ice patches
holds the potential to revolutionize anthropological theories and concepts pertaining to human adaptation
and utilization of the Alpine.

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In 2007, the oldest known artifact from an ice patch anywhere in the world was identified in the Bear tooth Mountains. While individual artifacts are good, archaeologists stress that it is their relationship to all of the other materials that truly grants access to understanding past cultures and ways of life.

Upcoming Exhibitions

More Exhibitions coming soon!