LIfe in an earth lodge

June 19, 2008 · Comment on this

In the 1960s, state archaeologist Tom Witty began excavating the remains of a burnt earth lodge. The findings are the basis of the Pawnee Indian Museum, which sits right next door to this summer's dig. Site administrator Richard Gould talks about what those findings tell us about the Pawnee Indians.


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