Want to learn more about Native American culture?

The Hollow Rock Archaeological Group (HRAG)  will be meeting the fourth Saturday of this month, February 25, from 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Hollow Rock Community Center and Fire Hall, 21280 Seminary Street. 
The guest speaker will be one of our newest members Scott Jutte, originally from Fort Recovery, Ohio and now Nashville, who will speak about General St. Clair’s defeat against the Northern Native Americans in the Ohio Territory.  Everyone is invited who wants to learn more about the American Native American in North America, his artifacts, his culture, and his life’s lessons. The Hollow Rock Archaeological Group  is made up of individuals who are wanting to learn not just about veritable American Native American artifacts and how to collect and record rightful provenance but also are wanting to learn about the past cultures and lifestyles of a people who inhabited this land long before the European ever stepped foot here. HRAG always meets the fourth Saturday of every other month, February, April, June, August, October and skipped November, December and January.  To learn more about HRAG and to receive news notices,  please contact Maury Miller III at either615-446-7855 or [email protected]

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