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South Park Stone Tools
A FREE program on Stone Tools in South Park and around the world!
Even though we are separated geographically by thousands of miles, humans all over the world used similar stone tools for hunting and gathering thousands of years ago. This program explores the similarities between stone tools found in South Park, Colorado, like scrapers and arrowheads, and those found all over the world. This program was created by Community Connections LLC and sponsored by South Park National Heritage Area and South Park Site Stewards, Fairplay, Colorado.
South Park Obsidian
A FREE mini-course on Obsidian!
South Park Site Stewards and Community Connections LLC present a FREE mini-course on obsidian, where it comes from, and how American Indians used this material for making tools. This program is sponsored by South Park Site Stewards, Fairplay, Colorado and Site Steward Foundation, Inc. of New Mexico.
Virtual History Tours
Explore History Anywhere
Community Connections LLC works in collaboration with Metcalf Archaeology and Factor Earth to create virtual experiences that allows ANYONE to take part in exploring local archaeology and history!
When you click the "Factor Earth Experience," check out our experience on the Astor House Preservation in downtown Golden, Colorado. Other experiences you can join include 16th St Pedestrian Mall, the Revitalization of San Luis, Boggsville Historic Site, and many more! *Works best on mobile or tablet for your 3D experience*
Become your very own citizen archaeologist
Have you ever found something while out hiking or exploring the land and thought, "Wow! This is so cool. What do I do with it?"
Well now you know! With our handy Artifact Identifier, you can become a citizen archaeologist and help document our history!
Click on the link below to download the full version with online resources.