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— “What goes into understanding Nebraska’s past through archeology?
Come find out about controversies brewing in Nebraska and how we determine what is fact and what is fiction.
This lecture is supported by the Archaeological Institute of America, the Department of Fine and Performing Arts and the Mc Cormick Fund at Creighton University, and the Joslyn Art Museum.
Puzzled about a fossil or artifact you have discovered? Mike Voorhies and NSHS Archeologist Rob Bozell will help identify items during the 2017 Fossil and Artifact Identification Day Saturday, August 12 from 9am – 4pm.
Coincides with Washington County Heritage Days, a celebration of agriculture and early settlement in Nebraska with learning demonstrations, games, food, and music.
Be sure to also check out the Archaeology Room at Fort Atkinson for kids in the Northeast Quadrant of the Fort!
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A walking tour by Nolan Johnson (Nebraska State Historical Society Archaeologist) of archaeological excavations at Fort Atkinson will take place on Saturday and Sunday at p.m.There will be a station where park rangers will be helping with rock or bone identification, so bring those rocks and bones you have laying around with you.Chief Pat Leading Fox of the Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma will share Skidi Pawnee creation stories and cosmology in advance of the 2017 Solar Eclipse!Make sure to bring water, sunscreen, wear proper shoe, and camera for hike. • An atlatl competition at 3 p.m., which is open to everyone and the top three placings will receive prizes.Call Hudson-Meng Front Desk by Friday, September 1 to RSVP. to 3 p.m., by Crawford native Dave Nixon, where spear points and knives will be made from of stone. at Chadron State Park’s Trading Post featuring Faith Duncan, archaeologist and Passport in Time volunteer with the USDA Forest Service. Duncan’s topic of discussion is a mystery, much like the Hudson-Meng bone bed was before its discovery. 3 events include: • A second flint-knapping demonstration from 11 a.m. Other weekend events include a “make your own atlatl” craft activity for kids aged 3 to 8, a photo slideshow showcasing the excavation and construction of the visitor center from 1990-1999, and the unveiling of the new Junior Archaeology booklet for children to complete and receive their archaeologist certificate.
Hudson Meng Bison Bone Bed – Labor Day Weekend Open House! 2 events include: • Bison Trail Hike led by Eric Alt and Emma Pickering, Hudson-Meng Park Rangers. at Toadstool Geologic Park and meander 3 miles to the HMERC.