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Mammoths to Mounds: 13,000 Years of Native American History - Time Traveler Series

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People have lived in the Rock River valley ever since the last ice age. Dr. Bill Green presents this program where you’ll learn how the latest archaeological discoveries are adding to our understanding of the area’s ancient residents.

This is a free program, donations are appreciated to support bringing programs like this to the community. Please register via this link https://bit.ly/38gvXvL

About the presenter: Dr. Bill Green recently retired from Beloit College where he was Adjunct Professor of Anthropology and Chair, Museum Studies Program. His major professional interests include North American archaeology, ethnohistory, and ethnology. Dr. Green actively conducts archaeological studies of Woodland communities occupied 1000-2000 years ago in the Mississippi River valley.

This is a program of our Time Travelers Series. If this land could talk it would tell you about the people that cared for it, revered it, cried for it, dreamed of it, and shaped it over the millennia. The Time Traveler Series will explore the fascinating history of this land and the people who lived or worked near the confluence of Turtle Creek and the Rock River over the centuries.

The Time Traveler Series is supported by a grant from the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors.

Subarea:South Beloit

Mammoths to Mounds: 13,000 Years of Native American History - Time Traveler Series