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New Places, New Faces
This post is one in our annual series of essays by our Preservation Archaeology Field School students. We invite you to follow along with their experiences over the next six weeks through their own words. Kailey Loughran, University of Vermont (June 6, 2019)—Being in a new place is always ha...
A San Xavier Legacy
This is the first post in our annual series of essays by our Preservation Archaeology Field School students. We invite you to follow along with their experiences over the next six weeks through their own words. Esteban Jasso, Cochise College (June 5, 2019)—Beyond the iconic, white plastered ...
Senses of Place
Karen Schollmeyer, Preservation Archaeologist (June 16, 2017)—Our 2017 Preservation Archaeology Field School is off and running! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be featuring posts by our students and staff members about all the things we’re seeing, learning, and experiencing together in the f...
Field School Proverbs
Selena Soto, Preservation Archaeology Field School Student Hi all! This is my third week here at the Preservation Archaeology Field School in New Mexico, and it has been an exhilarating experience so far! I have never been on an archaeological dig before, so I have been soaking in all of the know...
Preservation Archaeology News, Fall 2010
To download a PDF of this issue, click here. Viewpoint Updates from the Field Deborah Huntley: Mule Creek 2010 The third field season at Mule Creek, New Mexico, was as productive and enjoyable as ever. Katherine Dungan and Rob Jones began in mid-May by finishing site recording and mapping from t...