Get Your Artifacts Straight

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Jackson Stallings, left, and Sam Osterman, both 6 and of Jasper, inspected artifacts during an excavation activity at Jasper Public Library on Tuesday. About 30 children participated in the event, hosted by Angel Mounds State Historic Site in Evansville, in which they dug for artifacts such as pottery, bones and metals.



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