Recent archeological findings at the Drennen-Scott Historic Site will be the topic of discussion during a presentation at 7 p.m. Nov. 19 in room 204 of the Math-Science Building on the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith campus.
Tim Mulvihill, an archaeologist for the Arkansas Archeological Survey and the UAFS research station, will present new information on the detached kitchen and smokehouse in the backyard of the site, including several artifacts.
“The work has been conducted with the help of UAFS archeology students and volunteers, many of which are members of the Arkansas Archeological Society and Oklahoma Anthropological Society,” said Mulvihill.
The presentation is part of the monthly meeting for the Ark-Homa Chapter of the Arkansas Archeological Society and the Oklahoma Anthropological Society, and it is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Mulvihill at 479-788-7812 or by email at email@example.com.