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Oct
Historic Preservation Commission OKs Irvington Coal Factory project - Indianapolis Star
With little discussion Wednesday night, six members of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission -- W. Bruce Stauffer, Susan Williams, James T. Kienle, Joann K. Green, Adairius Gardner and Sally Cook -- voted in favor of the project. "We take ...
Source:  Indianapolis Star

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2
Oct
Wednesday reader's view: Historian lost - Midland Daily News
Early in September, Midland lost the epitome of a local history icon. With the passing of Tom Bradley, volumes of historical facts and details not known or remembered by anyone else was lost. Tom had an incredible memory and if one needed information ...
Source:  Midland Daily News

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Oct
French archaeologist who worked in Makran dies - The News International
... untiring field archaeologist, he had conducted numerous works in Middle and Central Asia including Iran, Yemen, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and the Sultanate of Oman. He had also served as the director of the French Archaeological Delegation in ...
Source:  The News International

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Oct
DCist Interview: Bentzen Ball Curator Tig Notaro - DCist.com
Comedian Tig Notaro curated and headlines the 2014 Bentzen Ball, which begins tomorrow and runs through Sunday. Ed. Note: The article below makes reference to a performance that was scheduled for Saturday, October 4, featuring Rosie O'Donnell.
Source:  DCist.com

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Oct
Sarah Hamlin, local historian, dies at 92 - Winston-Salem Journal
Sarah Hamlin, local historian, dies at 92. Story · Comments. Print: Create a hardcopy of this page; Font Size: Default font size: Larger font size. Previous Next. SARAH FRIENDE HAMLIN. Bruce Chapman/Journal ...
Source:  Winston

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Oct
Architectural history in tiny Tokyo capsules - Prothom Alo (English)
Every night in Tokyo, the few remaining residents of the Nakagin Capsule Tower bed down to sleep in the once-futuristic white pods they call home. Unlike the tiny, coffin-like cabins of Japan's numerous capsule hotels, where office workers who have ...
Source:  Prothom Alo (English)

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Oct
Middletown: Wesleyan University to hold archaeology fair Oct. 18 - Middletown Press
MIDDLETOWN >> Wesleyan University will hold an archaeology fair Saturday, Oct. 18, 1-4 p.m. at the Exley Science Center. This is a free event and all are welcome. The fair will provide hands-on archaeology activities and mini-golf for children ...
Source:  Middletown Press

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Oct
Celebrate Archaeology Day at Harvard's Fruitlands Museum - Wicked Local Harvard
Presented in partnership with the New England Native American Institute, the day will begin with a guided trail walk from 11 a.m. to noon to view the archaeological sites found deep in the Fruitlands landscape and learn about the many layers of human ...
Source:  Wicked Local Harvard

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Oct
Wild Chimpanzees Observed Transmitting Behavior Socially - Archaeology
... culture much more complex than anything found in wild apes. Understanding this qualitative jump in our evolutionary history is what we need to investigate now," he said. To read more about chimpanzee tool use, see ARCHAEOLOGY's "Cultured Cousins?" ...
Source:  Archaeology

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Oct
OU Archaeology Lab opens house - Norman Transcript
As part of the statewide celebration of October's Oklahoma Archaeology Month, the faculty and students in the University of Oklahoma Anthropology Department and members of Open Range Archaeology LLC invite members of the public to experience ...
Source:  Norman Transcript

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