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Forensic anthropology library program set

 

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Charlie Love

Bones can tell a lot about a person's life.

Looking at a person's bones is a way to tell if they had diseases, breaks or other lifestyle issues that may have impacted their life.

Residents who would like to learn more about bones will want to attend local geologist and anthropologist Charlie Love's upcoming program at the Sweetwater County Library.

On Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m. Love will present "Snaggle-Tooth Sal: Who Was That Lady?" The free program focuses on forensic anthropology.

"It's the study of bones and what they tell us about the life the individual led," Love said.

During his presen...



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