Do you have a box of arrowheads stashed in your closet? Now’s the time to dust it off! Curator Lee Hallman will be at the Museum of Indian Culture on November 24, 2018, for Artifact Roadshow, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, where he will offer his expertise on your collections.
Talk one-on-one to our curator and learn how old your artifacts may be, who made them, what they are made from, how they might have been used, and how they tie into local history. Lee’s areas of expertise include American Indian artifacts, colonial artifacts, Plains beadwork, 18th and 19th century ammunition and weapons parts, and other Revolutionary and Civil war memorabilia. Past Roadshows have uncovered a rare winged bannerstone and an ornamental jasper knife. Could one of your artifacts be the one to stump our curator?
No appointment is required, and no object is too small or common. Even the crudest arrowheads are part of our region’s story!