Joara hosts second artifacts event at History Museum

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Posted: Sunday, January 26, 2014 6:04 pm

John Krebs, a staff archaeologist at the Exploring Joara Foundation, knows there is no better way to get children and adults excited about archaeology than through a hands-on approach. On Saturday, residents got to do just that as well as bring in their own artifacts for expert appraisals.

“This is the second year of hosting the event here,” Krebs said. “It’s a collaborative partnership between a number of organizations, Warren Wilson College, the Schiele Museum of Gastonia, the History Museum of Burke County and the Exploring Joara Foundation.” Krebs said.

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