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Tribal partnerships help Air Force archaeologists understand surprising discovery

This image of 12,300-year-old tobacco seed found at the Utah Test and Training Range is making big waves in the archaeology world because it suggests that tobacco’s cultural roots date back nearly 9,000 years earlier than previously thought. (Courtesy photo by Angela Armstrong-Ingram)

PHOTO BY: Angela Armstrong-Ingram
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