Echoes of the Ancestors
Echoes of the Ancestors, Plimoth Patuxet's online exhibition, highlights exciting new finds from the Eel River Site on the Museum's campus. For thousands of years, Wampanoag people have come to the shores of the Eel River, an area they call Patuxet, to use its natural and marine resources for food and tools. Some of their tools and belongings have entered the archaeological record, where they have been recovered by subsequent generations of archaeologists.
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