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Meriden Land Trust’s annual meeting


On Wednesday, April 9, James Dina spoke at the Meriden Land Trust’s annual meeting about his voyage up the Connecticut River in the birch-bark canoe he built with stone and bone tools. Dina, author of Voyage of the Ant, told the audience about the construction of the canoe and how he paddled up the river using only the methods used by native Americans centuries ago.



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