November 23, 2020

Archaeology along the Palmer River:

History for Thousands of Years Around Rehoboth ~ Online Event ~

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Sunday, November 15th 2 pm via Zoom Free

A Presentation by Erin Flynn, Project Archaeologist at the Public Archaeology Laboratory in Pawtucket, RI

The Massachusetts Archaeological Society has been recording Native American sites along the Palmer River for at least 70 years. Archaeologists are able to better understand Native American life from these artifact collections and local narratives. Join Erin Flynn to hear about how archaeological surveys within Rehoboth help piece together the past and help us better understand preservation for the future.

Register to receive a Zoom link to this free lecture at www.rehobothantiquarian.org/carpenter-museum/2020-speaker-series/   

The Carpenter Museum is open T/Th and the first Saturday of the month from 1-4pm. Now on exhibit: Play Ball! The Rehoboth Milkmaids, Pioneers of Women's Softball

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