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Local Diggings: An Evening of Local Archaeology

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The Extreme History Project presents Local Diggings: An evening of Local Archaeology with Archaeologist Scott Carpenter at the beautiful Mission Creek Lodge near Livingston Montana. Sat. November 12, 2011 at 6:30.

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Local Diggings: An Evening of Local Archaeology

  1. 1. The Extreme History Project presents Local Diggings The Yearling Spring Obsidian Cache: A Prehistoric Cash-and-Carry? Archaeological investigations are underway An Evening of Local Archaeology at a site near Mission Creek where several obsidian tools were found eroding out of a bank. The tools were made from obsidian With Archaeologist, Scott Carpenter obtained from the Obsidian Cliff Source approximately 95 miles away in Yellowstone Saturday, November 12 National Park, during a single event about 3700 years ago. This presentation will highlight the ongoing research as well as unique information that will add to the Traditional Tribal music by permanent cultural heritage of the Shane Doyle Yellowstone River Valley. Tribal Cultural Consultant and MSU Phd candidate Shane Doyle will provide some traditional tribal music. At the Beautiful Mission Creek Lodge Can History Change the World? The Extreme History Project is a public historyorganization which hopes to engage communities aroundplaces of shared history. By bringing people together on the The Mission Creek Lodge is located about 9 miles east oflandscape of shared history, we hope to facilitate a dialogue Livingston. Take the Mission Creek exit off of I 90, turn left atwhich can work towards validation, healing and unity. Webelieve that validation through honest dialogue and the first intersection and come through the Mission Creek gatecollaboration can begin to heal the affects of generational on the right. Follow the road to the lodge.historical trauma. Starting with the site of Fort Parker, thefirst Crow Agency outside of Livingston, MT, we hope to Saturday, November 12facilitate opportunities for dialogue around the legacy of the Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres 6:30 pmreservation period for America’s Indigenous peoples. Presentation 7:00 pm $30 per person $50 per couple The Extreme History Project For reservations, email us at Marsha Fulton ▪ Crystal Alegria extremehistoryproject@yahoo.com 120 W. Callender St Livingston, MT 59047 www.extremehistory.wordpress.com ▪ extremehistoryproject@yahoo.com

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