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Archaeology at Mobile's Exploreum: Discovering the Buried Past (1998)

DOCUMENT [ID: 380933] Bonnie L. Gums. George W. Shorter, Jr..

The University of South Alabama's Center for Archaeological Studies conducted archaeological excavations at the proposed site of the Gulf Coast Exploreum and Science Center in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Field work was directed by Bonnie Gums and George Shorter in the two areas explored in depth. Among the project finds was an earthfast Spanish-colonial building's foundations and associated discarded possessions of the Espejo family, the first archaeological glimpse of that aspects of Mobile's...


Excavation Photos from the Exploreum Site (1MB189), Mobile County, Alabama. (1996)

IMAGE [ID: 391079] Gregory Waselkov. Bonnie L. Gums. George W. Shorter, Jr..

A collection of excavation photos from the Exploreum site (1MB189).


Exploreum Site (1MB189), Mobile County, Alabama.

PROJECT [ID: 380932] Gregory Waselkov.

In 1996 the University of South Alabama's Center for Archaeological Studies conducted archaeological excavations at the proposed site of the Gulf Coast Exploreum and Science Center in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Bonnie Gums and George Shorter directed field work in two areas explored in depth. Among several important finds was the remains of an earthfast Spanish-colonial building's foundations and associated discarded possessions of the Espejo family, our first archaeological glimpse of that...


Maintenance of Tribal Communities in the California Spanish Missions (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 395503] Sarah Peelo. Christina Spellman. Lee Panich.

In this symposium, we have been tasked with investigating how communities were forged during the Mission Period in California (1769-1834). Some researchers currently suggest that diverse indigenous populations in mission communities formed collective Indian communities and identities (e.g. Lightfoot 1998; Panich 2009; Peelo 2009). However, others maintain that indigenous peoples were not only part of a mission community, but they were simultaneously part of diverse traditional village...


San Diego Presidio Reader 1996 (1996)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 339980] Jack S. Williams.

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Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America