Learning about Native American artifacts



Thousands of Native American artifacts were on display at the New Holstein Middle School gym, where the 2nd Annual Native American Artifact Show, sponsored by the Badger State Archaeological Society, was held this past Sunday. Also present in abundance was expertise. Here, people listen to expert analysis consisting, in part, of where and when this axe head originated. Some tables displayed cases full of artifacts that took decades to accumulate — and behind those tables sat the people who’d found, bought, and/or swapped them, ready and willing to talk about their lifetime collections. Review photo by Rodney Schroeter Thousands of Native American artifacts were on display at the New Holstein Middle School gym, where the 2nd Annual Native American Artifact Show, sponsored by the Badger State Archaeological Society, was held this past Sunday. Also present in abundance was expertise. Here, people listen to expert analysis consisting, in part, of where and when this axe head originated. Some tables displayed cases full of artifacts that took decades to accumulate — and behind those tables sat the people who’d found, bought, and/or swapped them, ready and willing to talk about their lifetime collections. Review photo by Rodney Schroeter

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