The Iroquois Indian Museum in Howes Cave, NY has announced their 2nd Early Technology Day on Saturday April 30 from 10 am to 4 pm. Put on your warm clothes and waterproof boots and head to the museum for flint knapping demonstrations, atl-atl shoot with Mike Tarbell, Mohawk educator and various demonstrations of early technology. We will have demonstrations of the brain-tanning and smoke curing of deer hides, dog bane rope making, and various 18th century crafts, as well as hunting, trapping and fishing displays. There will be plenty of show and tell and crafts. The archaeology department will have a staffed display of local finds and information and will be on hand to help identify your artifacts.
For more information contact the Iroquois Indian Museum, 324 Caverns Rd., Howes Cave, NY at (518) 296-8949, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.iroquoismuseum.org
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