Johannes Kolb Archaeology and Education Project
Great Pee Dee River Heritage Preserve, Darlington County
March 5-10, 12-16, 2012, Open 9am to 4pm daily
Public Day is March 10, 2012
The sixteenth field season is a few weeks away and we are looking forward to spending time in the Pee Dee again this year! Digging long forgotten objects from the ground produces a tremendous amount of excitement in many of us! Equally exciting is seeing in person how the artifacts pulled from the ground were used in real life.
We’ve invited a host of historic reenactors and primitive skills demonstrators for Public Day to help us interpret the lives of those that once called the Kolb site home. Join us during our two-week dig or on Public Day to help us continue the long history of archaeological investigation in the Pee Dee.
The Johannes Kolb Archaeology and Education Project is possible through the cooperative efforts of the SC Department of Natural Resources, Diachronic Research Foundation, the University of South Carolina Lancaster and Citizens of the Pee Dee.
For more information and directions, visit:
Kolb Site Archaeology
Great Pee Dee Heritage Preserve Directions
Or contact Sean Taylor at:
TaylorS@dnr.sc.gov (803) 734-3753
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