Kids Dig In with Scientists on Native American Town

From the Highly Scientific Notebooks of Phineas L. MacGuire… More than 400 years ago, Spanish explorers built a small fort in the Native American town of Joara in the mountains of North Carolina. Today, archaeologists are exploring the fields where Joara once stood. And students get to help. Involving lots of work and lots of fun, it’s the only way to learn about hands-on archaeology for kids. Learn more at GoPhineas.com