Show: Video News From TAC - The Archaeology Channel

Episode: 0004 Video News from TAC, January 2011


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(1) The Hopi Tribe and the USDA Forest Service are collaborating to protect some remarkable rock art panels in northern Arizona at a place in Kanab Creek Wilderness called Snake Gulch. In 2009 Forest Service and Hopi representative spent a week there to explore ways to preserve this site. (2) Archaeologists from New Zealand come to the small Pacific island of Atafu to excavate and live among the native Polynesian people. The archaeologists and the native people work together and end up learning a lot from each other.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Friday, January 14, 2011 - 18:00


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