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Copper tools become key archaeological find

Researchers are studying how aboriginal people in the southwestern Yukon and southern Alaska first used copper to create a variety of tools, and how those tools influenced the development of those societies.

Kory Cooper of Purdue University in Indiana is leading the study.

Click on the link below to hear him speak with Dave.

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