Before Fullerton

A new exhibit at the Fullerton Museum Center dispels the myth that Californian has no history. In fact right here in Fullerton archeologists have been discovering previously unknown facts about early settlers and early man.

The camel, it turns out, originated in North America. Remnants of the American Camel have been found at Clark Regional Park on Rosecrans. Camels went extinct in North America around 10,000 years ago.

The show presents some theories about how the first humans got here. There is the old story of the land bridge from Asia to Alaska. But new discoveries don’t always work with old theories.

Check out the show and see what has been newly discovered. It runs until May 8th. 714.738.6545

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