BROOKVILLE — John Cornman is interested in prehistoric technology. How did prehistoric Native Americans make and use chipped stone artifacts?
During his program at the Friday, Jan. 17, meeting of the North Fork Chapter 29 of the Society for Pennsylvania Arceology, he will demonstrate how arrowheads are made and used, as well as some other prehistoric stone working skills.
Cornman’s program, “Prehistoric Lithic Technology,” begins at 7 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church Education Building located at the corner of Main and White streets. The public program is free. Members and guests are invited to bring items to show and tell.