University hosts archaeology fair

Sunday, Oct 15, 2017

University hosts archaeology fair

Texas A&M Central Texas hosted its third annual archaeology fair Thursday.

Children had the opportunity to make an arrowhead, learn about Native American history, dig for fossils and throw a spear.

October is Texas archaeology month and organizers of Thursday’s event say the observance is intended to give people a better understanding of the history in the area.

Mildred Todd set up a table showing the kinds of games and toys Native American children used and also books and pictures to help provide a better understanding of Navajo life.

Children who stopped at the booth found some entertaining items.

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