Cultural Property, Art and Antiquities Investigations
Present for the return ceremony :(Left to right) U.S. Attorney for Rhode Island Aaron L. Weisman, Wheeler family members, HSI Providence Special Agent Michael Polouski and HSI Tacoma (Washington) Special Agent Michael Roots; standing in rear : HSI Providence Resident Agent In Charge Bryan Lewis.
01/15/2020
Providence, RI
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The stone projectile points, used primarily for hunting, were unearthed by Harrie M. Wheeler, a noted Rhode Island collector and amateur archeologist, during excavations that he conducted between 1928 and 1950 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.

Cultural Property, Art and Antiquities Investigations
Historic projectile points recovered and returned to museum by HSI agents, U.S. Attorney for Rhode Island, local police
01/15/2020
Providence, RI
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The stone projectile points, used primarily for hunting, were unearthed by Harrie M. Wheeler, a noted Rhode Island collector and amateur archeologist, during excavations that he conducted between 1928 and 1950 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.

Cultural Property, Art and Antiquities Investigations
HSI Providence Special Agent Michael Polouski looks on as Haffereffer Museum official signs documentation officially receiving possession of artifacts.
01/15/2020
Providence, RI
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The stone projectile points, used primarily for hunting, were unearthed by Harrie M. Wheeler, a noted Rhode Island collector and amateur archeologist, during excavations that he conducted between 1928 and 1950 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.