Community Awareness Week from artifacts to wildlife

By Lynda Powless Editor Cole Thistle-Hill is watching history come alive and from time to time he is bringing it to life. The monitor for the Six Nations Lands and Resource department for the past three years has seen sites uncover a variety of archeological treasures from arrow heads to stone implements. Now he is also making replicas of artifacts found at sites for display and teaching session. He explains during the Lands and Research office open house Friday the replicas he makes may take a few hours, but in the 1600s or earlier it would have taken days. “They didn’t have the luxury of just going and buying materials, they had to find them, work them, sometimes dry them,” he says as he shows some of his display at…

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