Public Tour of the Chatsworth Plantation Quarters Area
October 9, 2013

Groups tour the Chatsworth Plantation Site
Groups tour the Chatsworth Plantation Site
Beverly Clement and Margeaux Murray prepare the tent for visitors at the Chatsworth Plantation SiteArtifacts and history of the plantation on display in the tent at Chatsworth Plantation SiteRebecca McLain supervises as young guests get the chance to dig at the Chatsworth Plantation SiteGuests get a chance to water screen for artifacts at Chatsworth Plantation Site
Beverly Clement and Margeaux Murray prepare the tent for visitors at the Chatsworth Plantation Site Artifacts and history of the plantation on display in the tent at Chatsworth Plantation Site Rebecca McLain supervises as young guests get the chance to dig at the Chatsworth Plantation Site Guests get a chance to water screen for artifacts at Chatsworth Plantation Site
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On October 6th, the Chatsworth Plantation Archaeological Project of the Louisiana State University's Rural Life Museum sponsored a public tour of the Plantation quarters area in the name of International Archaeology Day. The event offered the opportunity to tour the on-going excavations at the site. Not only did patricipants get to see archaeology in action, but could join in the actual digging and processing artifacts.

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