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The archeological dig conducted at the site of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg uncovered the largest concentration of pre-European encampments anywhere in Canada. Officials unveiled some of the artifacts Wednesday, August 28.
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Senior archaeologist Sid Kroker holds a plaster cast of a moccasin footprint found at the archeological dig conducted at the site of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The findings suggest the area was inhabited more frequently, by more people than was previously believed.