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December 05, 2013
Saturday, January 4, 2014, 10 am – 4 pm
Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
Seattle – How did humans live in the past? What tools did they make and how did they make them? What was going on in Puget Sound 40, 400, and 4,000 years ago? Find out for yourself at Archaeology Day—a day-long celebration of us—the humans!
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