Dr. Tom Whyte and students highlighted in Appalachian magazine for archaeological research

Carefully digging, scraping and sifting. It's how archeologists seek clues into human history. Students at Appalachian State University learn these skills—and find cool artifacts—in a field archeology course each summer. In an Ashe County cow pasture this past summer, students led by Dr. Tom Whyte examined the earth for traces left behind by early Native Americans.

Student holding a 9,500 year old spear point
Published: Oct 28, 2009 5:16pm

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