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Something you don't see everyday. This 800-year-old canoe is being moved to its new home at the Cahokia Mounds. Grant Bissell is working right now on this story and will have more about this histori...

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The Mashpee Wampanoag Powwow is scheduled for July 3-5, and it's bound to be a fantastic time! It's a wonderful opportunity for sharing, education, community-building, and respect. ... See MoreSee Less

Come join us at our 94th Annual Mashpee Wampanoag Pow Wow 2015

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Massachusetts Archaeological Society shared Archaeology Magazine's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

In New Hampshire, archaeologists are excavating at the site of a late 18th-century Shaker village.

archaeology.org/news/3413-150618-enfield-shaker-excavation

(David Starbuck)

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