Saunders reflects on changes in NE LA Archeology | ULM Forum 11-18-11
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Research now shows that earthen mounds constructed by early people who lived in northeast Louisiana date back thousands of years before Poverty Point. Much of that research on Frenchman’s Bend, Watson Brake and Hedgepeth came from regional archeologist Dr. Joe Saunders, who recently retired from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
Saunders recently received a proclamation in his honor from Governor Bobby Jindal at an event hosted by the Northeast Louisiana Archeological Society.
Air Date: Fri, 11/18/2011