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During the 1890s, scientists rediscovered what the Lakota Sioux already knew—bones preserved in one of the world's most significant Miocene Epoch mammal sites.Yet, this place called "Agate" is a landscape that reflects many influences—from early animals roaming the valleys and hills, to tribal nations calling the High Plains home, to explorers passing through or settling in the American West.
There are no Dinosaurs here, only Mammals!!!!
Join our Education Rangers as we take a tour of the James Cook Collection of Native American artifacts
Jeremy Hoyt Jeremy_Hoyt@nps.gov
301 River Rd
Harrison NE 69346
The programs of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument cover:
CurriculumReadingService LearningSocial Studies/HistorySTEM
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