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Manis Mastodon Site
78002736 ADDED TO NRHP March 21, 1978The MANIS MASTODON SITE is a 2-acre (1 ha) archaeological site on the Olympic Peninsula
Olympic Peninsula
near Sequim, Washington
Sequim, Washington
, United States. During the dig, the remains of an American mastodon
American mastodon
was recovered which had a projectile made of the bone from a different mastodon embedded in its rib. The site was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. HISTORYOn August 8, 1977, a farmer named Emanuel Manis was excavating his property with a backhoe , when he found the tusks of an American mastodon . After making several calls, Manis soon had an archaeological dig on his property, led by Dr. Carl Gustafson of Washington State University
Washington State University


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