Prehistoric Indian Artifacts of Oklahoma Activity Starts October 2 at SWOSU
A new Continuing Education activity entitled “Prehistoric Indian Artifacts of Oklahoma” starts this Tuesday, October 2, at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.
Lee Gregory is teaching the activity. Gregory, who holds a Master of Science degree, served as the museum manager for the Route 66 Museum in Clinton. His interest in artifacts began at the age of six when he found his first arrowhead. He has spent countless hours studying artifacts, archeology, and anthropology. He has also participated in numerous excavations in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Course participants will gain an awareness of, and appreciation for, the richness of the country’s prehistoric heritage. They will also learn to recognize common types of tools and weapons and be able to describe their uses.
To enroll in the course, visit SWOSU in the Administration Building, Room 201. Individuals can also call 580.774.7012 or email email@example.com . The cost is $60 for the activity and interested individuals can enroll at the first class session on October 2 from 7-8 p.m. in Room 208 of the Old Science Building. The CE activity continues each Tuesday through November 6.