Archaeologist helping to reconstruct face of Acadian child from over 250 years ago

This is great. History is often boring, remote... faceless. Anything that makes it mroe human is great.

“Outside of the technical, it became a story about a community and a child,” Jacobson said. “That ongoing story of loss, and the family, and that historic period of the period where this child was living in. He was living in a time period where there were no battles. He was born, had an every day life . . . he had a role. I found that quite fascinating.”