Confronting Climate Change 12,000 Years Ago – A First Parish Lyceum

Submitted by First Parish on the Common

Dick Boisvert, New Hampshire
Dick Boisvert, New Hampshire State Archeologist

Sunday’s Lyceum at First Parish on the Common Confronting Climate Change 12,000 Years Ago, featuring Richard Boisvert, will begin at 10 am in Room 202 of the historic meeting house. Please use the fully accessibile Elm Street entrance.

Dick is New Hampshire’s State Archaeologist and Bedfordite Ginny Packer’s brother-in-law.

“When an entire state is your archaeological bailiwick, you’ve got an excellent opportunity to get a lot of quality research done—and Boisvert has taken advantage of that opportunity in spades. His state may not be the biggest in the Union, but it’s archaeologically rich, with a cultural time depth extending back to the Clovis era.” (Floyd Largent from Mammoth Trumpet, a publication of Center for the Study of the First Americans Department of Anthropology
Texas A&M)


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