Unearthing Native American Artifacts with TROY Archaeology and NRCS

On a recent archaeological dig at a wetlands reserve in Wilcox County, sponsored by the Alabama NRCS, Troy University students uncovered artifacts from a potential Native American mound settlement that could be 1,500 years old. Meanwhile, students from the geomatics program performed topographical surveys of the area. Take a look as TROY students and faculty help unearth history.

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