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"Archaeology students discover two Indian settlements"

Archaeology students discover two Indian settlements
trefwoorden: Indiaans - nederzetting - Noord-Carolina - VS
Using centuries-old records, trowels, spoons and other tools, UNC at Chapel Hill archaeology students have discovered what are two of the most important Indian settlements in the US.
Their team has unearthed remnants of cabins that Catawba Indians collectively called Old Town and New Town on hills sloping up from the Catawba River in rural Lancaster County, S.C., just south of Charlotte. During their painstaking work, they found thousands of artifacts discarded at the sites, ranging from shards of English, American and Catawba pottery and snaffle bits for horses' bridles to coins and broken Jews' harps -- small instruments that produced musical tones when held in the mouth and plucked.
Lees verder bij: Eureka Alert (26 juni 2003)