UNF student Caitlin Wamser turns in her bones project! Ready to hit the libraries and summer camps with hands on BioArch activities.
Cemetery resource protection training today at Tolomato! Cemetery free and open to the public tomorrow- come see Florida’s oldest extent cemetery and learn about the St Augustine community.
Congratulations Amber cake, with plan view of Kingsley Slave Quarter and artifacts mapped as they are in Project Archaeology conglomerate. Perfect tribute to archaeologist researching Kingsley who helped on national Shelter curriculum. You’ll be missed!
New Smyrna on my mind…. Never been? Take a visit with Virtual Florida Fieldtrips and learn about Florida’s British colonial past.
Special majolica mani in preparation for my trip to P’cola…
Pensacola Striped, a ceramic type found in a bean shaped feature during the 1998 UWF field school.
Bog in a box!
Using Project Wet’s People of the Bog activity, note layers of pearlite, gravel, active charcoal, compressed peat, buried artifacts, sphagnum moss and distiller water. Water plant for garnish! Will track artifact condition through summer on our going Public: the dirt on public archaeology blog.