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Rethinking Blackduck Pottery

A special LONGER, more in-depth look at experimental archaeologist Grant Goltz (of Lakeland PBS' documentary Birchbark Canoe). Goltz shares his theory, developed with others, of how pre-contact indigenous people of our area made multi-functional Blackduck pottery, with a group of First Nations Women from Winnipeg, Canada. While Goltz's hands-on discoveries often don't gain acceptance with established academia in the U.S., his experience and knowledge is greatly respected across the border by our neighbors to the North.

  • Wednesday, February 3
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A special LONGER, more in-depth look at experimental archaeologist Grant Goltz (of Lakeland PBS' documentary Birchbark Canoe). Goltz shares his theory, developed with others, of how pre-contact indigenous people of our area made multi-functional Blackduck pottery, with a group of First Nations Women from Winnipeg, Canada. While Goltz's hands-on discoveries often don't gain acceptance with established academia in the U.S., his experience and knowledge is greatly respected across the border by our neighbors to the North.
  • Monday, March 8
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A special LONGER, more in-depth look at experimental archaeologist Grant Goltz (of Lakeland PBS' documentary Birchbark Canoe). Goltz shares his theory, developed with others, of how pre-contact indigenous people of our area made multi-functional Blackduck pottery, with a group of First Nations Women from Winnipeg, Canada. While Goltz's hands-on discoveries often don't gain acceptance with established academia in the U.S., his experience and knowledge is greatly respected across the border by our neighbors to the North.

 

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  • Wednesday, January 13
    6:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A special LONGER, more in-depth look at experimental archaeologist Grant Goltz (of Lakeland PBS' documentary Birchbark Canoe). Goltz shares his theory, developed with others, of how pre-contact indigenous people of our area made multi-functional Blackduck pottery, with a group of First Nations Women from Winnipeg, Canada. While Goltz's hands-on discoveries often don't gain acceptance with established academia in the U.S., his experience and knowledge is greatly respected across the border by our neighbors to the North.
  • Wednesday, December 2
    6:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A special LONGER, more in-depth look at experimental archaeologist Grant Goltz (of Lakeland PBS' documentary Birchbark Canoe). Goltz shares his theory, developed with others, of how pre-contact indigenous people of our area made multi-functional Blackduck pottery, with a group of First Nations Women from Winnipeg, Canada. While Goltz's hands-on discoveries often don't gain acceptance with established academia in the U.S., his experience and knowledge is greatly respected across the border by our neighbors to the North.