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UNIVERSITY PLACE

2,500 Summers on Nicolet Bay: Archaeological Excavations...

  • Aired: 05/03/2011
  • 35:46
  • Rating: TV-G
Paul Reckner, Archaeologist, Wisconsin Historical Society. Paul Reckner explores the relationship between the geological and cultural histories that have drawn humans for at least 2,500 years to Wisconsin, Door County and Nicolet Bay.
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Discover the archaeological history of Wisconsin.
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