Dr. John O’Shea Presenting on Submerged American Indian Hunting Site

Dr. John O’Shea Presenting on Submerged American Indian Hunting Site

We’d like to call your attention to a fascinating archaeology presentation that will be offered at the annual dinner of the Maritime Archaeological Survey Team (MAST) on April 28th at the Maumee Bay Lodge (1750 State Park Road, Oregon, OH 43616).

Dr. John O’Shea, Curator of Great Lakes Archaeology at the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology and the Emerson F. Greenman Collegiate Professor of Archaeology in the Department of Anthropology. will discuss his work on submerged prehistoric hunting sites in Lake Huron. His presentation is entitled “Prehistoric Archaeology at 120 Feet: Investigating 9000-year-old Hunting Sites beneath Lake Huron.”

Here is the link for tickets for this special presentation!

Posted April 9, 2018
Topics: Archaeology

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