Wed, Mar 16|
Archaeology in the Carolinas: Preserving Our Cultural Heritage
David Cranford will speak about the work of the Office of State Archaeology, & his own experiences investigating, documenting & preserving settlements of the Catawba people.
Time and Location
Mar 16, 2022, 1:00 PM
About the Event
People have lived in the Carolinas for over 12,000 years, but for most of that period, there is no written record of their history and culture. We rely on archaeology to learn about the indigenous people who lived here, as well as the Europeans who largely displaced them. North Carolina’s Office of State Archaeology identifies archaeological resources on land and beneath State waters, and preserves our legacy of Native American villages, colonial towns, farmsteads and historic shipwrecks.
David Cranford is an Assistant State Archaeologist with responsibility for counties in the southern Piedmont, including Mecklenburg. He will speak to us about the work of the Office of State Archaeology, and his own experiences investigating, documenting and preserving settlements of the Catawba people in our region.
Wednesday, 3/16 @ 1:00 pm
Zoom Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/5282350917
Meeting ID: 528 235 0917