(Mitch Wertlieb) The recent discovery of Native American artifacts in Colchester is changing archeologists’ conventional wisdom about some of the earliest human activity in Vermont. The spear tips and other tools found by University of Vermont archeologists suggest a thriving hunting camp was located on the property, where construction on the proposed Circumferential Highway is slated to take place.
Joining us on the line for more about the findings is Professor John Crock, director of UVM’s Consulting Archeology Program. Professor Crock, thanks for speaking with us.
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