Archaeologists discover the past of new state park in Minn.

12/2/2012 | St. Cloud Times (Minn.)

There are plans to create campgrounds amid the trees and waterways at Lake Vermilion State Park, Minnesota's newest state park, but first archaeologists are discovering more about how the land was used in the past by Native Americans, and later by prospectors who excavated hundreds of spots searching for iron ore. "We're not going to be able to save every one -- and I'm not sure we need to, but we need to be able to tell a detailed, interpretive story of what they were used for and who dug them and when and why," state archaeologist Dave Radford said.

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