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Discovering the Archaeology of Pine Hawk

When

Date: 10/10/2013

Time: 03:00 pm - 04:30 pm



Where
Acton, Massachusetts, United States 01720 177 Main St.

978-264-4200

http://www.discoverymuseums.org


Good for: Family


Price: fee


Description:
Native Americans lived along the Assabet River in Acton more than 7,000 years ago. See replicas of ... Read More >>

Native Americans lived along the Assabet River in Acton more than 7,000 years ago. See replicas of the artifacts and stone tool flakes recently uncovered by archaeologist at the Pine Hawk site. Watch archaeologist Craig Chartier demonstrate the art and science of stone knapping as he creates tools and arrowheads.  Try several hands-on activities to learn about techniques that archaeologists use to uncover and interpret important clues to the past. Sponsored by Genzyme. Free with museum admission.

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