Archaeology in the Pacific Northwest

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Archaeology in the Pacific Northwest

Archaeology in the Pacific Northwest
September 2011 in Kirkland

People have lived in the Pacific Northwest for over 10,000 years, and archaeologists are searching our region for evidence these inhabitants left behind.

Join Kelly Bush of Skagit County's Equinox Research to discover the science and stories revealed by archaeological sites in the neighborhoods, parks, and forests around Puget Sound.

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