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Resiliency Through Change: 13,000 Years of History Along the Patuxent River Workshop
Start Date: 3/9/2024Start Time: 12:00 AM
End Date: 3/9/2024End Time: 3:00 AM
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Join Mario Harley of the Piscataway Indian Tribe and archaeologists from the Lost Towns Project to learn about 13,000+ years of history.
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Indigenous History
Hands-On Artifact Analysis
Family Friendly!
Mario Harley, a citizen of the Piscataway Indian tribe and a member of the Wild Turkey Clan will speak about the culture and history of the Piscataway People through modern times.

The Lost Towns Project will discuss the numerous archaeological sites along the Patuxent River at Jug Bay and what archaeology can tell us about the people who lived at these sites.

Location: Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary — Wetlands Center
1361 Wrighton Road
Lothian, MD
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