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Our mishoon--or dugout canoe--is an example of seafaring technology that has been used by Native cultures in the Northeast and abroad for thousands of years, and it was made by talented mishoon craftsmen at Plimouth Plantation. It is made by felling a tree, lighting a fire on the top of the felled tree, and gouging the embers out. Come see this fascinating artifact in person at the Robbins Museum! (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Hope you can come the presentation on Wednesday, May 13 on the Wellfleet Tavern ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out our guests yesterday who threw the atl-atl for the first time--they did an amazing job, we could have sworn they did it before! You can come visit us at the Robbins every Wednesday from 10-4 and Saturday from 10-2! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Reminder for tonight! Join the NE/Winter Chapter in Andover for a talk on forensic archaeology! ... See MoreSee Less

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