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Matthew Warwick enters GPS coordinates to mark where a stone flake or chip was found along the Pomme de Terre River in Swift County. Stone pieces that appear to have resulted from flint knapping -- the making of stone projectile points and tools -- will be analyzed at Minnesota State University-Moorhead. (Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny)

Seeking first people who lived in Swift County

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APPLETON -- Trowel-packing archaeologists have ventured everywhere from the wild rainforests of Tasmania to the empty deserts of Mongolia to uncover the secrets of our past.

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