Students discover artifacts of 700-year-old aboriginal village

05/8/2014 | Toronto Star, The

Students from Durham Catholic District School Board schools in Ontario, Canada, found and documented bones, tools, pottery and evidence of early trade as they excavated an area believed to be a Huron-Wendat village from between 1275 and 1325. "We think history is the written word, yet it's only been the last few hundred years that the majority of people could read and write, so most people left their history behind through objects," said teacher Catherine MacDonald, an archaeology buff who touts the field's interdisciplinary nature.

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