Field School (Other Keyword)
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1973 Field School Excavations at Upper Nodena (1973)
1978 Pryor Mountain Archaeological Field School and Research Project: a Preliminary Report (1979)
1982 UNM Field School Survey of the Middle Palomas Creek Western Sierra County, New Mexico Field Procedures (1982)
1983 Archaeological Investigations at the Marquette Mission Site (1984)
1983 UNM Field School - Site Inspection (1994)
1984 Archaeological Excavations at the Indian Village Associated With the Marquette Mission Site, St. Ignace, Michigan (1985)
1988 Fort Burgwin Field School For Carson NF-Taos Rd (1989)
Archaeological Analysis of Shirley Plantation Site No. 15 (1980)
Archaeological Field schools: Teaching Heritage Management. An Example from Menorca (2015)
The archaeological field school is a traditional means of training students in the practical skills of survey, excavation, recording, and artifact processing. Recent discussions about field schools have emphasized the need to approach fieldwork from a holistic perspective and incorporate the theory and practice of archaeological stewardship: preservation, interpretation, management, and public outreach of archaeological resources. In this paper we describe our experience in the development of a...
Archaeological Impact Study of Portions of Fort Custer State Park, Calhoun County, Michigan (1975)
Archaeological Investigations at Area 2 of the Croley-Evans Site: a Mississippian Mound Center in Southeastern Kentucky (2000)
Archaeological Investigations of Sheep Rock Shelter, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. 2 volumes. Pennsylvania State University Field School 1966 (1967)
Archaeological Investigations of Sheep Rock Shelter, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. Volume III and Stratigraphic Profile Supplement. Pennsylvania State University, Field School 1967 (1968)
Archaeological Reports, Number 12, Field Reports: Ninth Annual Ball State University Summer Field School and Index To Numbers 1 To 12 (1974)
Archaeological Survey Along Portage River and Dorrance Creek Above Indian Lake in Pavilion Township, Kalamazoo County, Michigan (1982)
Archaeological Survey in Pavilion and Schoolcraft Townships, Kalamazoo County, Michigan (1984)
Archaeological Survey of Calhoun and Jackson Counties, Michigan: 1980 Multiple Transect Survey in the Upper Kalamazoo River Valley (1981)
Archaeology Field School at A Community College: An Outreach Opportunity (2015)
In the summer of 2014 St. Charles Community College (SCC) in Cottleville, MO offered, for the second year in a row, an archaeology field school. This project was an opportunity for people outside of a traditional 4-year college or university setting to engage first-hand in archaeological field work. By offering the field school through a community college, students who might not otherwise be able to afford a regular field term got valuable hands-on experience—many St. Charles students (and...
Archaeology Field Survey Reports Contributed by BLM, Arcata, CA Field Office
This project includes Archaeology Field Survey Reports contributed by the Bureau of Land Management's, Arcata, California field office.This initial contribution will establish a regional digital archive project whose goal is to accumulate heritage documents, greatly enhancing our ability to preserve historic resources within the North Coast Region.
Archeology at Sui (1959)
Atlantic Alliance for Maritime Heritage Conservation 1985 Mullica River Field School Field Report (1986)
The Backyard Shipwreck: The 2017 Lake Champlain Maritime Museum Field School Exploration Of A Shipwreck in Basin Harbor (2018)
The 2017 Field School held by the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum explored an unknown wreck lying in Basin Harbor. One of the primary reasons for the start of the museum, the wreck has been known about since the inception of the Basin Harbor Club around the harbor. Yet the identity, time period, and type of vessel still remain unknown. This year's field school aimed to answer some of these questions. Basing the research design on the previous research conducted on site in 1982 and 2016, the field...
Beyond Data Collection and Hands-On Experience: The Importance and Effects of Engaging Students in Archaeological Research (2019)
This is an abstract from the "Beyond Data Collection and Hands-On Experience: The Importance and Effects of Engaging Students in Archaeological Research" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Most historical archaeologists working in an academic setting offer field schools for their students; these projects often occur locally (perhaps even on campus), but can also take place further afield. Such opportunities allow students to learn by doing and offer...
Chain Gang: Field School Archaeolgoy (House Plans SA-16-23) (1972)