February 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The Blackstone River Valley has always served as an incubator of revolutionary thought and action. Join Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park and discover the ways activism in the Blackstone Valley shaped the political, social, and cultural landscape of the United States of America.
Presenter: Heather Olson, Laboratory Manager, Public Archaeology Laboratory
Most famous for the racial riot which occurred there in 1831, the Public Archaeology Laboratory will discuss artifacts found at the site that tell us more about the African-American community that lived there.