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Migrants' Trash In Southern Arizona Offers Glimpse Of History

ARIVACA - As the white SUV turns onto a rural dirt road, Jason De León spots something on the ground.

"Wait, turn back," the 36-year-old anthropologist tells his co-worker, Cameron Gokee.

The sun has just come up and there's enough light to spot a pile of backpacks and a green jacket at the side of the road.

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