The Naranjo Museum would like to invite East Texans to bring arrowhead collections, tools, and other Native American artifacts to be identified and examined by expert Morris Weeks.
Saturday, March 1st 10:00am-6:00pm
Sunday, March 2nd 1:00pm-6:00pm
Cost: $2.00 per 10 artifacts (including regular price of museum admission)
Location: The Naranjo Museum of Natural History
Native American: arrowheads, tools, shaped stones, ancient carved wood, and other artifacts.
TIME SLOT RESERVATION
To allow plenty of time for identification, please call the Naranjo Museum (936)-639-3466 to reserve a time slot. The amount of time will depend on amount of artifacts to be identified; please have an estimated number of artifacts you will be bringing.
“Even the smallest scraps believed to have been touched by Native Americans can produces the greatest of stories and tales of origin.”-Morris Weeks
About Morris Weeks
Morris Weeks has been collecting Native American artifacts for the lass 44 years. He studied at Lamar University where he worked under Dr. Russell J. Long, a professor who specialized in many subjects including early man and Paleo-indians. Morris went on to teach Archaeology at Lamar including a course on Early Man on the Texas Gulf Coast. His studies and many years of experience make Morris Weeks an expert on identifying Native American artifacts.