A Mille Lacs history lesson, one short chapter at a time
ONAMIA — It wasn’t far from the bustling playground and other Archaeology Day activities. But shaded and sheltered on a bright and sunny day by towering trees on the edge of the forest, the area seemed far removed.
It is a far-away place, this archaeological playground, both in where it’s been and where it still may lead.
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