Saturday, March 2, 2013
Look into sculpted pottery faces created by ancient hands nearly 600 years ago and wonder: Were the people buried in the Athens site referred to by archaeologists as the Murray Garden actually a former chief and his followers that had fled from their overthrown “kingdom” almost three thousand miles away? Did the Susquehannock culture develop from the mingling of this collapsed Mississippian culture and our local prehistoric peoples? Join us as the author of the recent SRAC Journal and Ancient American article on this topic, shares the findings that convinced professionals that this information warrants further inquiry into our locality and the role it played in the origin of the Susquehannock people.
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