Finding friendship while hunting for rocks

John Moore, Jack Wieberg, and Janice White educate about the history and value of rocks at Tuesday Talks.

John Moore, Jack Weiberg and Janice White were the presenters at the February 13 Tuesday Talks as they spoke about rocks and various artifacts connected to the Indigenous American tribes of Wyoming.

Arrowheads were the main subject during the lecture. Each one that has been discovered in Saratoga is evidence that Native Americans lived here before Wyoming joined the union. An arrowhead can tell a person about its historic significance such as what it is made of and where it came from.

The rocks introduced to the audience included metate manos, jasper, quarts, obsidian and raw stones which were...


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