Minnesota Archaeology Month (MAM) continues this weekend with a couple of events in the Little Falls area. Tonight (9/15/2017) Jim Cummings will present a program on the archaeology in Minnesota’s State Parks as part of the Morrison County Historical Society annual meeting. On Saturday as part of the Camp Ripley Open House Patrick Neumann provide a display about the archaeology within the military reserve along with demonstrations on how artifacts were made and used.
Also on Saturday (9/16/2017) at the McLeod County Historical Museum in Hutchinson the folks from Maritime Heritage Minnesota will present a program on dugout canoes that have been found in Minnesota. The presentation will focus on the dugout canoe in the museum there in Hutchinson.
That same Saturday the Sidewalk Bar & Grill in West Union will be the location for a presentation by David Mather of the Minnesota Historic Preservation Office on the Sauk Valley Man who was discovered nearby in 1938. David’s discussion will focus on how interpretation of this site has changed through time.
For additional information about these and other events happening during Minnesota Archaeology Month this September you can download an event schedule here: