|Copies of the Ancient American magazine with Twigg’s article are available at the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center (SRAC) gift shop|
“This area is really important and has many sites that hold the key to unlocking our understanding of the prehistoric people that lived here, and although people like Ellsworth Cowles and Louise Welles Murray wrote extensively on our sites in their lifetimes, I just felt that we have more questions to be answered and wanted to do my part.” Twigg continued,” The latest article centers on the Susquehannocks who lived here before the Iroquois and the pottery that was found in an ancient grave in Athens, PA. This pottery could in fact shed new light on who the Susquehannocks were and where they came from.” SRAC is also developing an extensive research library to make rare archaeology and historical resources available to other researchers interested in serious research concerning the region’s Native American past.
Copies of the Ancient American magazine with Twigg’s article are available at the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center (SRAC) gift shop at 345 Broad Street, Waverly, NY. photo caption: Twigg's article in the Ancient American magazine