Preserving Kentucky's Archeological Sites

by Laura Ellis on March 2, 2009

Monday, March 2, 2009
Preserving Kentucky’s Archaeological Sites
Kentucky has a rich and varied archaeological heritage, with archaeological sites located in every county of the Commonwealth. To date, archaeologists have recorded more than 23,000 prehistoric and historic sites – though less than 5% of the state has been surveyed. Monday we’ll learn more about research into Kentucky’s past and how, contrary to popular belief, Kentucky has been home to many thriving Native American cultures dating back 12,000+ years, and about what’s being done to preserve the sites. Join us with your questions.

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