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Aug 18 2009
Tools From Bones and Antlers PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 August 2009

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Kodiak's Alutiiq museum kicked off its first fall lecture series last week with a presentation by Amy Margaris, professor of Anthropology at Ohio's Oberlin College. A room full of people gathered at the museum Thursday night for her talk which was titled "Crafting Bone and Antler Tools: Insights from Archaeologists and Artisans". While digging at the community archeology site, Margaris spoke with KMXT's Diana Gish.

 

                                                                               

 

 

 
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