Lake George parking lot hid trove of native history

Saturday, November 2, 2013
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When people who earn state paychecks spread stuff wrapped in plastic sandwich bags across a table so we newshounds can take pictures, it’s usually pounds of marijuana or maybe a few illicit handguns. But on Thursday, a rustic picnic table at Lake George Campground was covered with chert arrowheads and stone tools — proof of human activity at today’s Million Dollar Beach something like 10,000 years ago....

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