Dr. Baram explains how small details reveal life in Angola

from Bradenton Herald, February 4, 2020
Dr. Uzi Baram, director of the New College of Florida Public Archeology Lab, explains how tiny items found during a month-long excavation project in Bradenton near the Manatee River helps reveal the lifestyle of Angola settlers from the 19th century.

Dr. Baram explains how small details reveal life in Angola

Dr. Uzi Baram, director of the New College of Florida Public Archeology Lab, explains how tiny items found during a …

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