What is the current archaeological evidence for the first people in the Western Hemisphere, and when did they arrive in Virginia? What was the environment like? How did their technology, food ways, and societies change through thousands of years, while adapting to a changing environment? We don't have to travel to Egypt to learn how cultures changed from band societies to complex chiefdoms. The soil in Virginia tells this story. Through images of excavations, learn how archaeologists "read the soil" and recover artifacts. See images of artifacts, replicas, and artist's renderings, and learn about this immense period of Virginia history that lies beneath our feet. This two-part series will be presented by Keith T. Egloff, retired assistant curator at the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, who has been conducting Native American archaeology throughout Virginia since 1977. Second session in 2 part class. (vahistoricalsociety)
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