Forest Archaeology

june, 2017

21jun6:30 pmForest Archaeology6:30 pm Iosco County Historical Museum, 405 W Bay St East Tawas, MI 48730


Event Details

Learn about the role of the archaeologist in the National Forest with Jim Renn


MICHIGAN ARCHAEOLOGY From Detroit to Copper Harbor and Ironwood to Drummond Island, archaeological sites reveal how people have lived in Michigan for nearly 14,000 years. Archaeology is the scientific study of the human past, using places and objects to understand changing people and environments. It is the study of sand dunes and forests, seas and cities, hardship and resourcefulness, ingenuity and innovation, and above all, communities. Across time and space, archaeology helps us know the past, understand the present, and plan for a sustainable and vibrant future.

 Click here for more information about the Huron-Manistee National Forest.



(Wednesday) 6:30 pm


Iosco County Historical Museum

405 W Bay St East Tawas, MI 48730

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