David Hurst Thomas is a Curator in the Division of Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History. Dr. Thomas's scholarly research focuses on redefining the relationship between Native American and anthropological communities. He has organized and directed more than 100 archaeological excavations, including the discovery of the Gatecliff Shelter in Nevada, the deepest archaeological rock shelter in the Americas. He has also completed over completed 30 years of archaeological research on St. Catherines Island, off the Atlantic Coast of Georgia. (source: AMNH website, 2016)
Worked at the American Museum of Natural History in American Museum of Natural History. Department of Anthropology.
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