Archaeology students seek answers to lost civilization

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CALIFORNIA, Pa. (AP) — In a lab in Frick Hall at California University of Pennsylvania, archaeology students sift through the finds of digs stored for as much as four decades. They are searching for clues to civilizations as much as two millennia old.Somewhere in these artifacts are clues to a civilization that lived in the area, said Dr. John Nass, director of the anthropology program at the university.He calls them the Monongahela people.The earliest digs were...

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