Head Start learns archeology

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Photo - <p>Students from the Greater East Texas Community Action Program Head Start school watch Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, as a track hoe bucket lifts another scoop of dirt from the site of an archeological dig near the Nacogdoches County Courthouse in Nacogdoches, Texas. Dr. George Avery, resident archeologist at Stephen F. Austin State University, invited the students to participate in the dig to learn more about the community and its history. (AP Photo/The Daily Sentinel, Andrew D. Brosig) MANDATORY CREDIT</p>

Students from the Greater East Texas Community Action Program Head Start school watch Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, as a track hoe bucket lifts another scoop of dirt from the site of an archeological dig near the Nacogdoches County Courthouse in Nacogdoches, Texas. Dr. George Avery, resident archeologist at Stephen F. Austin State University, invited the students to participate in the dig to learn more about the community and its history. (AP Photo/The Daily Sentinel, Andrew D. Brosig) MANDATORY CREDIT

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Students from the Greater East Texas Community Action Program Head Start school watch Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, as a track hoe bucket lifts another scoop of dirt from the site of an archeological dig near the Nacogdoches County Courthouse in Nacogdoches, Texas. Dr. George Avery, resident archeologist at Stephen F. Austin State University, invited the students to participate in the dig to learn more about the community and its history. (AP Photo/The Daily Sentinel, Andrew D. Brosig) MANDATORY CREDIT

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