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Public Day

Public Day

“The archaeological record is static. You look over there, we’ve got artifacts in the ground - a piece of pottery,…

Research and Education

Research and Education

“Public Day” offers a rare peek into an ongoing archaeological excavation site while encouraging members of the…

Experimental Archaeology

Experimental Archaeology

Experimental archaeology is one way to test hypotheses on how artifacts and tools were constructed during the era an object…

Digging Process

Digging Process

"Digging" in the archaeological process is a measured process that ensures an excavation is well documented and artifacts…

Computer Aided Design

Computer Aided Design

Sean Taylor, an archaeologist studying the Kolb Site, uses computer aided design (CAD) to map and document the location of…

Fish Hooks

Fish Hooks

The design of a fish hook has changed little over thousands of years. Early Native Americans at the Kolb site fished with…

Fishing Nets

Fishing Nets

Pottery shards found at the Kolb site suggest fishing nets were used to imprint wet clay as ornamentation or reinforcement.…





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