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Professor unearthing Native American village

Richmond, Kentucky (AP) March 2010

An anthropology professor who has been studying a Madison County Native American site from the 1300s is presenting a program on her findings at Eastern Kentucky University.

The site is on land now occupied by the Blue Grass Army Depot, and Professor Kelli Carmean says that has kept it better preserved than other sites.

The location, known as the Broaddus site, is on a ridge overlooking Muddy Creek. The university says it was once home to dozens of prehistoric Native American farmers who built dwellings around a plaza and buried their dead in a central burial mound.

The program is at 7:15 p.m. EDT April 5 in Walnut Hall of the Keen Johnson Building, with a reception beginning at 6:30 p.m.

 

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