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13,000 Years of History in 990 Square Feet: Recent Undertakings in Public Archaeology at Petrified Forest National Park. (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 397250] Caitlin Ainsworth.

Petrified Forest National Park boasts an archaeological record spanning 13,000 years of human history with occupations dating from the Paleoindian, Archaic, Basketmaker II and III, Pueblo I –IV, and Historic periods. This remarkable depth and diversity of archaeological sites has long drawn the interest and attention of researchers. Yet the public remains largely uninformed about many of the park’s unique cultural resources. Recent undertakings in public archaeology at the park are beginning to...


1900 Map of Location of Fort St. Joseph (1900)

IMAGE [ID: 374230] Uploaded by: Erin Claussen

Local-scale rendition of the location of Fort St. Joseph, creator unknown, believed to have been drawn around 1900.


2 Cool 4 School: An Alaskan Archaeology HipHop Tale (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434091] MoHagani Magentek Adamu.

What fun is historical archaeology when it seldom reaches outside academia and into the public spheres? This presentation is a tale about a HipHop Archaeologist in Alaska finding her way outside her boundaries of African American Archaeologies and Burial Ground Studies. Burnt out from academic studies and school, Ms. Mahogany Bones and Lady Plup set out on an unofficial archaeological investigation to the Old Knik Townsite Museum. They have no preconceptions or a premise for their research other...


2002 and 2004 Artifacts (2004)

IMAGE [ID: 374080] Brock Giordano. John Lacko.

Professional photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2002 and 2004 field seasons from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2006 and 2007 Artifacts (2007)

IMAGE [ID: 374166] John Lacko. Stephanie Barrante.

Photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2006 and 2007 field seasons from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2008 and 2009 Artifacts (2009)

IMAGE [ID: 374174] Victoria Hawley. John Lacko.

Photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2008 and 2009 field seasons from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2010 Artifacts (2010)

IMAGE [ID: 374177] Jessica Hughes.

Photographs of diagnostic or unusual artifacts excavated during the 2010 field season from the site of Fort St. Joseph and vicinity.


2010 Field Season Photograph Log (2010)

DATASET [ID: 374224] Jessica Hughes.

Provides description of all photographs taken during the 2010 field season, including provenience information for photographs of artifacts.


African-American In-Ground Vaults: An Investigation Into Differential Burial Practices Identified Through A Public Archaeology Initiative (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434252] Kevin A Gidusko. Patrisha L. Meyers.

Historic cemeteries are some of the most threatened cultural resources in the state of Florida; of these, historic African-American cemeteries are most at risk. Subject to neglect, rapid urbanization, and the loss of community remembrance, these sites are in need of immediate preservation efforts. This paper discusses investigations into these sites through the work of the Florida Historic Cemeteries Recording Project (FLHCRP), a volunteer-driven effort overseen by the Florida Public Archaeology...


Airway Beacons: Rehabilitation and Interpretation (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 404005] Erin Brown. Linda Popelish. Steve Owen.

Early airway beacons, which marked transcontinental flyways, may not be what you first think of when you see the term archaeology but they are a part of our broader history as a nation, and as historic structures or sites can be eligible for the National Register. In order to preserve a key piece of recent national history, two Passport in Time projects on the Mt. Taylor Ranger District of the Cibola National Forest focused on airway beacon sites. The partnership between the Forest Service and a...


The Alexandria Archaeological Protection Code: Managing Archaeology within the Framework of City Development (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 435178] Benjamin A. Skolnik.

Archaeological investigations at 220 S. Union Street are just the first of a series of upcoming excavations along Alexandria’s historic Waterfront. On November 18th, 1989, the City Council of Alexandria, Virginia adopted the one of the first local archaeological protection ordinances in the country, which requires an assessment of the potential archaeological significance prior to "ground disturbing activity" in the City. This framework provides an environment through which Alexandria...


Anarchy, Archaeology, and the Decolonization of Collaborative Heritage (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 395072] Edward Gonzalez-Tennant.

This paper explores the relationship between anarchism, collaborative archaeology, and the decolonization of African diaspora heritage in the US and Caribbean. The heart of anarchism as a political theory articulates a robust criticism of hierarchy, and neatly intersects growing interests in collaborative archaeology and heritage. This represents a crucial intersection as the majority of archaeological projects remains rigidly hierarchical, often resulting in the silencing of local stakeholder...


Answering the Question, "Where Did We Come From?" Through the Collaborative Efforts of the Fort Ward/Seminary African American Descendant Society and Archaeologists in Alexandria, Virginia (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428737] Mary Furlong. Adrienne T. Washington.

"We’re still here" has been the theme of the efforts of the Fort Ward/Seminary African American Descendant Society to incorporate the history of their community into the public interpretation of Fort Ward Park and Museum. However, "where did we come from?" remains an important question that has yet to be answered through archaeological and historical research. In this paper, Descendant Society leader Adrienne Washington will discuss the efforts of descendants to answer this question and why it...


Archaeology and Experiential Learning: The Unique Impact of Learning Experientially for the Field Sciences (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 403583] Hanna Marie Pageau.

This paper is an education and curriculum development perspective on hands-on research, including the process of evaluation of learning outcomes. Field Schools are an integral part of education in the field sciences, and particularly in archaeology where field identification of artifacts and features is not reproducible in other contexts. Field schools in general are targeted toward advanced undergraduate students,those already in graduate school, and students able to pay thousands of dollars to...


Archaeology and History of Fort St. Joseph Panels (2008)

DOCUMENT [ID: 373848] Western Michigan University - Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project.

Series of interpretive panels created for the 2008 Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project Open House. Individual panel themes are: What is Archaeology?, Project History, Fort History, Change and Continuity at Fort St. Joseph, Religious Life at Fort St. Joseph, Military Presence at Fort St. Joseph, Commercial Activities at Fort St. Joseph, and Public Archaeology at Fort St. Joseph.


Archaeology and the Interested Layman or What You Always Wanted to Know About Archaeology but Didn't Know Where to Ask (1972)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 79463] Hester A. Davis.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


Archaeology and the Production of Capital in the 21st Century (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 403213] Sarah Kurnick.

Over the last two decades, archaeologists have increasingly debated whether and how archaeology can be used to promote public welfare and foster progressive social change. Some scholars have emphasized the methodological importance of praxis. Others have emphasized the pragmatic need for public intellectuals. And, still others have emphasized the ethical necessity of community engagement. In this paper, I maintain that archaeology can and should be an ally in the effort to understand, and...


Archaeology and the Public (1984)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 154741] James J. Miller. Hester Davis. Bruce Larsen.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


Archaeology for the Masses: Presenting the Storm Wreck through Public Archaeology (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434988] Olivia A. McDaniel.

The Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program’s (LAMP) position as the research arm of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum in St. Augustine, Florida, creates the perfect opportunity to extend St. Augustine’s underwater archaeology into the public eye through a series of on-site public archaeology programs. Since the 2009 discovery of the Storm Wreck, a 1782 British Loyalist wreck off the coast of St. Augustine, museum archaeology and education staff have developed a number of...


Archaeology in America’s Paradise: Renewing Local and National Interests in Our Nations Parks (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 403554] Alicia Odewale. Joshua Torres.

The national parks on the island of St. Croix (Christiansted National Historic Site, Salt River Bay Historic Park and Ecological Preserve, and Buck Island Reef National Monument) engage thousands of visitors every year and stand out as some of the most historically and ecologically important sites in the Caribbean region. Cultural resource management projects within these parks have a new focus on community outreach and local youth engagement initiatives. Developing more inclusive programming,...


Archaeology in Real-time:  The Use of Social Media as Part of the Excavation of Anderson’s Blacksmith Shop and Public Armoury (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428324] Lisa E. Fischer. Meredith M. Poole.

Web 2.0 technologies can provide the public a "behind-the-scenes" look at archaeological excavations, thereby engaging them as the research is happening, not merely after the fact.  Since 2010, archaeological research has been ongoing at Anderson’s Blacksmith Shop and Public Armoury in Williamsburg as part of a project to reconstruct the site.  The archaeological investigations have been featured regularly on both a webcam and reconstruction blog.  The "roving" webcam, which is moved to...


Archaeology in your Backyard: Successes and Lessons Learned from FPAN-Led Community Archaeology Projects (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 403965] Rebecca OSullivan.

Over the past 10 years, staff from the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) have developed curricula, programs, and trainings that educate both the general public and land managers about archaeology and Florida's unique past. While many of these initiatives might take place in a classroom or lecture hall, FPAN archaeologists also get out in the field to organize community archaeology projects that engage the public with the discovery of their own pasts. This presentation will highlight some...


The Archaeology of Pineapples: An excavation of a Vinery-Pinery in Scotland (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428307] Doug Rocks-Macqueen.

This paper reviews the most recent finds from the multi-year excavation at Aimsfield Walled Garden, the largest walled garden in Scotland (debated), in East Lothian, Scotland. It includes an examination of the surrounding landscape and how this was altered to provide a unique view and projection of power and wealth. The recent excavations of the vinery-pinery are presented to show an example of how pineapples were grown in Scotland in the 1700s and into the 1800s. The connection this site has to...


The Archaeology of Time Travel. An Introduction. Papers presented at the 14th annual meeting of the EAA in Malta, September 2008 (2010)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 423691] Bodil Petersson. Lars-Erik Narmo. Anders Ödman.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the EXARC Bibliography, originally compiled by Roeland Paardekooper, and updated. Most of these records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us using the...


Archaeologyin3 Minutes: Multimedia Storytelling in Public Archaeology (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 430531] Mike Thomin.

In 2014 the Florida Public Archaeology Network began producing a webisode series titled "Archaeologyin3 Minutes." These three-minute videos are designed to highlight archaeology in the state of Florida and feature the research of faculty and students at the University of West Florida. In 2015 one of these videos was awarded First Place Winner and People’s Choice Award for the Video Category in the Archaeological Photo and Video Festival Competition hosted by the Society of Historical Archaeology...

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