Public Archaeology Day at Cane River Village Site



The last few weeks of excavation will wrap up a project that began last fall at the Cane River 13th-16th Century Native American village site and an Open House/Public Archaeology Day is planned for Saturday, May 24, from 3-6 p.m. The public is invited to come see the recent excavations in progress, learn about North Carolina prehistory, and see some of the recently uncovered artifacts. This event is presented by University Michigan Arts of Citizenship and Michigan Department of Archaeology. Ashely Schubert, a PhD candidate at the University of Michigan has been conducting the follow-up excavation at the village site that was unearthed in 1989-90 during drain field work at Cane River Middle School. Refreshments will be provided.Parking is available behind Cane River Middle School next to the football field – follow the balloons to the site.

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Locations : MichiganNorth Carolina
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