In the summer of 1913, Donald B. MacMillan and six other men set off on an expedition to conduct research and exploration in the far north. Marking the 100th anniversary of this major expedition, this exhibit highlights the results of their extensive fieldwork, and looks at field studies being conducted by contemporary researchers in the same region.
You can read more about the exhibit here.
You can read about some of the research that went into developing the exhibit on our blog.
You can also watch the opening lecture "Finding Crocker Land: Archaeology at Etah and Beyond" by curator Genevieve LeMoine.