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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

News Bureau Schofield Hall 201 Eau Claire, WI 54702
phone: (715) 836-4741
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Lecture on Prehistoric Peoples
To Be Presented April 26

MAILED: April 17, 2001

         EAU CLAIRE —Dr. Connie Arzigian will present a lecture titled "Prehistoric Peoples of Western Wisconsin: A Multidimensional Analysis" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in Room 101 of Hibbard Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
         SASO, the Sociology and Anthropology Student Organization, and the sociology and anthropology department of UW-Eau Claire are sponsoring the lecture by Arzigian, who is the laboratory director and a research associate for the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center at UW-La Crosse. She received her doctorate in anthropology from UW-Madison.
        Arzigian will provide a general overview of the prehistory of Western Wisconsin and show slides and artifacts from archaeological sites around Western Wisconsin. She will discuss issues of Native American Indian life, including subsistence, settlements patterns and village life.
         The lecture is free and open to the public. Students, educators and community members interested in Native American history and the history of Western Wisconsin are invited to attend.
         For more information, call Dr. Melinda Miceli, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, at UW-Eau Claire, (715) 836-4541.

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Janice B. Wisner
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Updated: April 17, 2001