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What the Locals Ate 10,000 Years Ago

August 23, 2010

the North Creek Shelter Brigham Young University archaeologists have found a Utah site occupied by humans 11,000 years ago. The researchers documented a variety of dishes the people dined on. Grind stones for milling small seeds appeared 10,000 years ago. Full Story

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