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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Archeologists Uncovered Prehistoric Campsite along KY 49
Posted: 6-Sep-2004 9:00PM CDT
Topics: [KY 49] [Marion County]

Archeologists working with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet have uncovered the remnants of a prehistoric campsite in the path of the KY 49 reconstruction project. The find was carefully evaluated and determined to date back to between 2000 B.C. and 200 B.C.

More information: Lebanon Enterprise: Prehistoric Native American campsite is found near Bradfordsville (Aug. 26, 2004) [Outside Link]

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