“Adams County’s Native Americans in Stone” to be topic of Adams County Historical Society September 5th meeting
Britt Isenberg, a Licensed Battlefield Guide and a Trustee for the Adams County Historical Society, will be the guest speaker for the September 5th meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the auditorium of Valentine Hall on the campus of United Lutheran Seminary – Gettysburg + Philadelphia.
Have you ever found an arrowhead? This program will explore the types of artifacts left behind by Native American people over a span of 15,000 years and still commonly found in Adams County to this day. We will also explore a few of the county's most prolific Pre-Columbian sites and their implications to the greater story of the peopling of North America. Along with the presentation, there will be a large display of local artifacts available for viewing.
This program is free and open to the public thanks to the generous sponsorship from ACNB Bank. Valentine Hall is handicapped assessable and parking is located adjacent to the building.
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