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Saving Skwaasutek
Apr. 1 at 10am


Mike Kimball, Assistant Professor of Anthropology University of Maine-Machias, discusses 3,000-year-old rock art of coastal Maine.

Mike Kimball, Assistant Professor of Anthropology University of Maine-Machias, discusses 3,000-year-old rock art of coastal Maine.

Saving Skwaasutek; Protecting the Petroglyphs of Coastal Maine

April 1 at 10am

"Skwaasutek," a Native American word for "the place of watching and waiting" is home to coastal Maine's 3,000-year-old rock art. These mysterious designs, or petroglyphs, are endangered by global warming. Kimball will discuss the unique collaboration among archeologists, artists and Waponaki tribal members to preserve these unique treasures.

10am Coffee and Bagels * 11am Lecture

Pre-registration required
Institute members $8
Non-members $10
Please call: 248 645.3210 or...

Michele Arquette-Palermo
Program Coordinator
Cranbrook Institute of Science
Education Department
PO Box 801
Bloomfield Hills , MI 48303
Marquette@cranbrook.edu
Phone 248-645-3240
Fax 248-645-3050

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