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DeSoto Dig On the Nolichucky

Published: 9:57 AM, 07/30/2009


Archaeologists from Illinois State spent July doing a dig along the Nolichucky River in Greene County.
Channels: News  History 
Keywords: history,  de  soto,  conquistador,  artifacts 


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