Archaeologists found abundant evidence of Native American activities at the archaeological site on Spectacle Island in Boston Harbor. The island, once a dumping ground for Boston's trash, was slated to be capped with fill from the Ted Williams Tunnel. Before capping began archaeologists had a final chance to find what clues to the past Spectacle Island held. They excavated a variety of cultural material, including projectile points, bone tools and pendants, pottery fragments, nuts, mammal and fish bones, and stone tools.
Based on this evidence, what types of activties do you think Native Americans conducted on the island?
Two views of the Native American Display
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