Zachary Singer, Ph.D., will discuss the results of the 2016 and 2017 archaeological excavations at the Templeton site in Washington, Connecticut. Templeton is the oldest known archaeological site in Connecticut. Its Paleo-Indian component has been radiocarbon-dated to 11,190 years before the present. Dr. Singer will present new interpretations of raw material selection and stone tool use, artifact composition, and discuss the site in the context of the Northeast Region. Don’t miss this exciting lecture on one of the most significant archaeological sites in the Northeast!
Sunday, May 20, 3 – 5 pm
Price: $5 lecture fee; $10 museum admission and lecture; LHAC members free
The Institute for American Indian Studies
38 Curtis Road