Thriving 1,000 Years Ago in the Forest: the Day-to-Day Life of Nebraska Phase People Lecture

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Saturday November 24

2:00 PM  –  3:30 PM

On Fontenelle Forest property, 70+ Earth Lodge sites have been located. Some of these have been excavated and mapped. These family lodges were home to a large group of people who lived in the forest over 1000 years ago known as the Nebraska Phase Culture. Linda Plock is with the Archeological Midwest Center, National Park Service, in Lincoln NE. She will be available to show visitors some original and replica artifacts while sharing other information about how the Nebraska Phase Culture lived while they called Fontenelle Forest home.

Registration is required. 

Cost is $5 for members or $15 for non-members