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Archaeological dig uncovers artifacts dating back 2,500 years

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

FLORENCE COUNTY, S.C. - A team of archaeologists digging along the Great Pee Dee River in South Carolina are finding out more about the Native Americans who once lived there.
Chris Judge, secretary of the Archaeological Society of the Pee Dee and the assistant director of Native American studies at USC Lancaster, said rivers like the Great Pee Dee were the interstates of the pre-colonial era, serving as hubs for settlements and commerce. He said the team has found evidence of groups living in the area over the span of thousands of years.
By Friday, the team was about halfway done with its...
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