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Extreme History’s Shane Doyle discussed his work with the genetic team studying the Anzick child burial and the indigenous perspective in an interview with Chris Griffin on Bozeman’s KMMS 1450. February 19, 2014.

On February 20, 2014, Dr. Shane Doyle spoke at the Museum of the Rockies about his work with Eske Willerslev and the team from the University of Copenahagen as tribal liaison and consultant. His talk If you had to send a message 12,500 years into the future, what would it be. Considering the Anzick Boy from a 21st Tribal Perspective touched on the multiple layers of understanding associated with this fascinating site.

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On February 12, 2014, a group of researchers conducting analysis of the 12,000 year old Anzick boy’s remains held a press conference announcing their findings at the Montana Historic Society. Eske Willerslev of the University of Copenhagen, Sarah Anzick of Wilsall, Montana, Michael Waters of the University of Texas and The Extreme History Project’s board member Dr. Shane Doyle of Montana State University briefed the press and others on the significant genetic connection between the child’s family and roughly 80% of the Native population of North and South America.

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