Kentucky: The Archaeology of Everyone

 

Location: Kentucky, USA       Length: 13 min.

This video presents highlights on what scholars have learned about Kentucky’s rich cultural heritage through the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.  Hosted by Dr. Gwynn Henderson, this presentation features discoveries made at Cliff Palace Pond, a fascinating rock shelter in Boone National Forest, as well as findings from several other sites across the Commonwealth.  Sponsors include the Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists, the Kentucky Heritage Council and the Kentucky Archaeological Survey.

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Produced in 2016 by Voyageur Media Group, Inc., for the Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists, the Kentucky Heritage Council, and the Kentucky Archaeological Survey

Copyright 2016 by the Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists, the Kentucky Heritage Council, and the Kentucky Archaeological Survey

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