The First Century of People in Aotearoa

Canterbury Museum Friends Talk

This exhibition is no longer on display at the Museum.

Understanding the first decades of human settlement in Aotearoa New Zealand has been a focus of researchers for many years.

Fish hook

Fish hooks like this one can be found at archaeological sites

In this talk, Curator Human History Emma Brooks will provide an overview of some of the archaeological research over the last decade that has shed new light onto the first 100 years of our history. She’ll discuss the significance of some of the South Island's earliest archaeological sites.

Places at this talk are limited so please register below if you are keen to attend.

This talk is hosted by the Friends of Canterbury Museum.

This exhibition is no longer on display at the Museum.
Dates
Time
4 June 2019 10.15 am – 11.15 am Register
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