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Photo by Brian Hansel University of Minnesota archaeology graduate students Jammi Ladwig, left, and Amelie Allard will be will be giving tours and demonstrating the type of work they do June 29-30 at the Little Round Hill site in Old Wadena Park.

Digging up clues to the past

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Jammi Ladwig and Amelie Allard are detectives hoping to gain insights into a world four centuries in the past.

The University of Minnesota archaeology graduate students are part of a team on site at Little Round Hill in the Old Wadena Park. Located on the Crow Wing River 15 miles east of the 21st Century Wadena, the park is on the site of the original community of Wadena.

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