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Science On Tap: Ft Ancient Culture
Archaeology at the Hahn Site: Researching Cincinnati’s First True Farmers Join us for a presentation from Bob Genheimer, who is the George Rieveschl Curator of Archaeology at the Cincinnati Museum Center. For the last 11 years, the Cincinnati Museum Center has been conducting archaeological excavations at the Hahn Site, a series of Late Prehistoric villages located in Anderson Township near the Village of Newtown. The major occupations at the Hahn Site began in the early 14th century and ended sometime in the early to mid-18th century. Known today as Fort Ancient peoples, these Native Americans subsisted on maize agriculture supplemented by hunting, fishing, and gathering. The museums work has been augmented by a suite of technologies including remote sensing, LIDAR, photogrammetry, GIS, and radiocarbon dating. We will also have a sneek peak introduction to the the grand re-opening of the Museum Center, which will happen this November. Bring in food and enjoy craft beer from Urban Artifact. All are welcome!

Urban Artifact

1662 Blue Rock St · Cincinnati , KY

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Tri-State Freethinkers is a social, academic, and activist group for those in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. At our monthly meetings we learn from local experts and organizations about the science of our world, experiences of those from different backgrounds, and causes that could use our help. We provide many volunteer opportunities for our members to be active in the community and have recently been recognized by the Foundation Beyond Belief for our work. We actively seek out civil rights violations, church state violations, and ways to combat them at the local and national levels.

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