Archaeology student Dave Galloway held a bone from a bison that was dug up at Big Bone Lick. Galloway is a "flint-knapper," someone who reproduces flints for study.
Archaeology student Dave Galloway held a bone from a bison that was dug up at Big Bone Lick. Galloway is a "flint-knapper," someone who reproduces flints for study. Herald-Leader
Archaeology student Dave Galloway held a bone from a bison that was dug up at Big Bone Lick. Galloway is a "flint-knapper," someone who reproduces flints for study. Herald-Leader

Archaeology professor, students uncover history at Big Bone Lick State Park

June 10, 2013 11:45 AM

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