Archaeological project is finding Indiana's past





It was a first in Cheryl Ann Munson's 42 years as an archaeologist. She and her team were excavating at Hovey Lake in Posey County last week when they made a rare find.

Buried about 18 inches down on what had been the floor of a centuries-old house probably made of wood posts, mud plaster and straw was a fully intact bowl -- a "deep-rim plate," in archaeologist-speak -- made of clay mixed with shell.


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