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Anthropology|Department of

Department of Anthropology
Mulloy Lecture
University of Wyoming, April 4, 2014
4:10 pm
Agriculture Auditorium



A Skeleton’s Story from Jamestown’s Starving Time

History investigated from the perspective of forensic anthropology and archaeology provides an extraordinary glimpse into the personal lives of 17th century colonists – their occupations and physical activities, healthcare, diet, diseases, causes of death, burial practices, and in some cases their personal identities.

Dr. Douglas Owsley

Smithsonian Institution


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