Building on the popularity of past Ohio Archaeology workshops, this roundtable invites participants to share in discussion and identification of Native American artifacts, primarily focusing on stone tools. Guests are welcome to bring their own artifacts to share and, if needed, help identify.
This roundtable will be limited to a small-group setting, allowing for close up and hands on study of materials as well as the ability to bring in your own discoveries to discuss with the group. A waitlist is available, with the potential for future dates to be added by popular demand.
The roundtable will be led by Jeff Zemrock of the Ohio Archaeological Society. This series is free to attend, but registration is required (one registration covers both nights).
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