Native American Artifacts Exhibit Opens in Iowa

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THOUSANDS OF YEARS OF POLK COUNTY HISTORY ARE NOW ON DISPLAY FOR EVERYONE. TODAY, THE JESTER PARK NATURE CENTER OPENED ITS EXHIBITION OF Native American ARTIFACTS. THIS IS SO COOL. SOME ARTIFACTS ARE 12,000 YEARS OLD. POLK COUNTY CONSERVATION HOPE THIS CAN TEACH VISITORS FOR YEARS TO COME TO TEACH PRESENT AND FUTURE GENERATIONS ABOUT OUR STATE’S ARCHAEOLOGICAL HISTORY AND OUR STATE’S CULTURAL HISTORY THAT WE KNOW WE ARE NOT THE FIRST HERE. PEOPLE HAVE INHABITED THIS LAND WE NOW CALL IOWA FOR 12,000 YEARS. THIS IS NOT SO SURE. THIS IS SO COOL. I AM TOTALLY GEEK OUT ABOUT OUR STORY. YOU CAN SEE THE EXHIBITION DURING

Native American Artifacts Exhibit Opens in Polk County

Thousands of years of Polk County history are now on display for all to see. On Thursday, the Jester Park Nature Center opened its display of Native American artifacts. Some of the artifacts are 12,000 years old. “To continue to teach the present and the future about our state’s archaeological history and our state’s cultural history,” said Lewis Major of Polk County Conservation. “We weren’t the first people here. People have inhabited this land we call Iowa for 12,000 years.” Polk County Conservation hopes this can teach visitors for years to come.

Thousands of years of Polk County history are now on display for all to see.

On Thursday, the Jester Park Nature Center opened its display of Native American artifacts.

Some of the artifacts are 12,000 years old.

“To continue to teach the present and the future about our state’s archaeological history and our state’s cultural history,” said Lewis Major of Polk County Conservation. “We weren’t the first people here. People have inhabited this land we call Iowa for 12,000 years.”

Polk County Conservation hopes this can teach visitors for years to come.

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