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Proof that historical objects, artifacts and sites still hold interest for many people could be witnessed Saturday at the Ingomar Mounds sites, six miles west of New Albany.
According to Union County Heritage Museum representative Betsey Hamilton, approximately 70 people came out to the site during the hours of 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. to see a part of history.
The yearly event was part of Archeology Month and arcaeologists from the Cobb Institute with the Mississippi State University Department of Archaeology were on hand to share their knowledge of the sites history.
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