Bluffton neighbors Joseph DeBerry and Nancy Seina listen as South Carolina State Archaeologist Jon Leader looks over fossils and Native American artifacts Seina brought Friday afternoon to the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn during the first "What the Heck is THIS" program. The event was sponsored by the Hilton Head Island Chapter of the Archaeological Society of South Carolina. Residents were invited to bring in an unidentified artifact.
Bluffton neighbors Joseph DeBerry and Nancy Seina listen as South Carolina State Archaeologist Jon Leader looks over fossils and Native American artifacts Seina brought Friday afternoon to the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn during the first "What the Heck is THIS" program. The event was sponsored by the Hilton Head Island Chapter of the Archaeological Society of South Carolina. Residents were invited to bring in an unidentified artifact.
Bluffton neighbors Joseph DeBerry and Nancy Seina listen as South Carolina State Archaeologist Jon Leader looks over fossils and Native American artifacts Seina brought Friday afternoon to the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn during the first "What the Heck is THIS" program. The event was sponsored by the Hilton Head Island Chapter of the Archaeological Society of South Carolina. Residents were invited to bring in an unidentified artifact.

I found this — What is it?

January 29, 2010 07:13 PM

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