Study uncovers native clamming in Mukilteo
An environmental study has found evidence that people were clamming at least a thousand years ago at a waterfront site in Mukilteo.
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Since: Jun 07
New Smyrna Beach
#1 Apr 20, 2009
My kind of story.
But, seriously, should this surprise anyone? Mounds of clam and oyster shell littered Florida long before Europeans ever laid eyes on it. Some of the earliest Spanish maps show the local "Turtle Mound" as a landmark. Why should it be any different on the west coast?
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