Event review: 1st Annual Outdoors Without Limits (OWL) knap-in, Comer, Georgia, U.S.A.

  • Michael James Miller independent researcher, Columbia, South Carolina
Keywords: lithic studies, flintknapping, knap-in, public

Abstract


In June of 2014, Outdoors Without Limits (OWL), a national non-profit organization that promotes awareness and teamwork between disabled and non-disabled individuals, sponsored their first knap-in and primitive skills gathering.

Author Biography

Michael James Miller, independent researcher, Columbia, South Carolina
Michael has been doing lithic analysis for over fifteen years and flintknapping since age twelve. He has worked professionally in the Midwest, Eastern, Southeastern, and Southwestern U.S. and academically in England and France; his research interests focus on experimental approaches that generate tangible data useful in understanding archeological assemblages.
Published
15-Sep-2014
How to Cite
Miller, M. (2014). Event review: 1st Annual Outdoors Without Limits (OWL) knap-in, Comer, Georgia, U.S.A. Journal of Lithic Studies, 1(2), 177-178. https://doi.org/10.2218/jls.v1i2.1089