Expedition Notes: In The Field With Fossil Hunter Barnum Brown Fossils were a hot commodity in the early 1900s, dazzling both the public and scientists. Museum vying for the treasures hired skilled excavators to scour the land in search of buried bones. Among the best was Barnum Brown, who discovered the first T. Rex in 1902. See photos and letters from his early trips.
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