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Until relatively recently it was assumed they migrated to North America from Asia during the most recent ice age which peaked about 18,000 B. Now, new evidence tells us, "Wait a minute, not so fast." More and more credible information is surfacing to indicate the 'land bridge' theory may not be valid. There will be displays by area/regional collectors of authentic Native American artifacts and early historical items.We unknowingly share with them a desire for security, comfort and a sense of belonging.Perhaps even more so, each of us share a preference for our favorite food, favorite clothing, favorite tools, favorite weather, favorite footwear, favorite shelter, favorite friend, etc…share so much in common, yet You and I find ourselves satisfied with numerous meal choices while that luxury seldom existed for them.He was also given the American Defense Service Ribbon, three Overseas Bars, a Unit Citation Badge and the Good Conduct Medal. and was member of the Federal Land Bank Board for twenty-four years.After the war, he and Katye moved to Johnson County where he returned to the family farm. Spicer and his late wife, Katye, were long-time members of the Blackwater Methodist Church. Spicer was the former president of the Johnson County Farm Bureau and served on the boards of the Mid-America Dairy Board, Soil Conservation, M. He was also a lifetime member of the Sedalia West Central Missouri Archaeological Society.
The subject of the program was recollections of the life of archaeologist Rolland Pangborn.