June 24th, 2012

7,000 BC

Archaeologists have discovered signs of the first people that lived in the Connecticut River area in Vermont, dating back to about 7,000 BC. These people lived in the lowland areas of the region, and by 5,000 BC, the population had grown. Permanent traces of the people’s native villages, woodworking tools and primitive canoes have been found in the area. Other tools like hunting bows and arrows, bowls and even art objects have been found in the area that date back to 900 BC.The whole story can be found at Read the rest of this entry »

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