Native American Foodways in Pennsylvania
Archaeologists have studied what Native Americans ate by examining the remains of plants and animals recovered from archaeological sites, analyzing charred food remains on the inside of pottery or on stone tools, and using ethnographic analogy. This exhibit explores 16,000 years of changing Native American foodways in Pennsylvania.
For more information about Pennsylvania archaeology, visit the State Museum Section of Archaeology's website
Section of Archaeology, The State Museum of Pennsylvania