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Films: Torn and A Walk Through Time

  • 21 Mar 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Camp Verde Community Library, 130 Black Bridge Loop Rd.

An Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month Event

   (Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, Cal State Univ, 27 min)
For thousands of years, stunning petroglyphs on the volcanic tablelands near Bishop, California shimmered in the starlight, but then a menace struck. Looters with rock saws and chisels destroyed this ancient site leaving everyone with one question...why?

A Walk Through Time
   (Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, Cal State Univ, 28 min)
With its majestic landscapes, diverse wildlife, and a history spanning 14,000 years, Anderson Marsh State Historic Park is one of the most unique places in all of California. It is also the home of the Koi people who were the first humans to colonize the area and who are still there to this day. Their deep cultural heritage prompted the extraordinary events that led to the park's creation and reinforces the current struggles to protect the amazing resources that the park holds.

All films at the Camp Verde Community Library are free and open to the public.