Serving the Bogardus, Hillside, Ellwood and Nagle area of northern Manhattan.

Archeological Walking Tour on Apr 27, 2014

Prof. William Parry, of Dept of Antropology, Hunter College will lead an archeological walking tour of Inwood.

April 27, 1-3 PM.  Meet at 1 PM at the main flagpole in Inwood Hill Park, the one at Isham Street near the restrooms.

The tour will include the Indian sites in Inwood Hill Park.

RSVP: Diana Wall (diana.diz.wall@gmail.com)

 

 

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