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Archaeology Summer Camps
Some children are completely smitten by History. They like to dig into the historical past of different countries, cultures, lands, etc. and find evidence of how life existed many years ago. Sometimes though there is a lot of interest, the correct kind of guidance and equipments needed are not available with many. Such history lovers can enroll themselves at archaeology summer camps which can help them fulfill their interests and goals.




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January You Choose Tuesday (Magnet Masterpieces - Sublette BOCES - 665 N. Tyler St., Pinedale, WY
Students will make fun items using magnets. All You Choose Tuesday classes will be held in the BOCES Building located at 665. N. Tyler Ave. Parents please utilize the north entrance of the building. We also ask that parents park in then north horseshoe parking lot. Instructor: Sue Shenefelt 3073676873.0


Geography of Jackson County, AL

Map of Jackson County showing census subdivisions According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 1,126.77 square miles , of which 1,078.74 square miles is land and 48.02 square miles is water. Much of it is located in the Appalachians . Of special interest is Russell Cave National Monument , which is located in Doran Cove, approximately 5 miles west of the town of Bridgeport. Russell Cave is an important archaeological site that was excavated in 1956 by the Smithsonian Institution and the National Geographic Society . An article in the October 1956 issue of National Geographic Magazine proudly proclaims: "Life 8,000 Years Ago Uncovered in an Alabama Cave." The article was written by Carl F. Miller, the Expedition Leader and is on pages 542-558. Russell Cave was declared a National Monument in May 1961 by President John F. Kennedy . The Monument consists of 310 acres of land donated by the National Geographic Society . Major highways U.S. Highway 72 State Route 35 State Route 40 State Route 65 State Route 71 State Route 73 State Route 75 State Route 79 State Route 279 Rail CSX Transportation Norfolk Southern Railway Sequatchie Valley Railroad Adjacent counties Marion County, Tennessee - northeast Dade County, Georgia - east DeKalb County, Alabama - southeast Marshall County, Alabama - southwest Madison County, Alabama - west Franklin County, Tennessee - northwest National protected areas Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge Russell Cave National Monument Sauta Cave National Wildlife .

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