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    Mitchel, South Dakota (AP)

    Twenty-one students from England’s University of Exeter are taking a four-week course in archaeology at Mitchell’s Prehistoric Indian Village.

    The field work is important for the students, said Alan Outram, a senior lecturer in archaeology at Exeter.

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