Friday Links: What’s New in Historical Archaeology
Here's what you may have missed last week in the world of Historical Archaeology online.…
This week’s photo of the week comes from Archaeologist Jamie Brandon (@jcbrandon), who visited Phase II excavations at the Foster Site in Lafayette County, Arkansas. You can see other photos by Jamie on his Flickr Page.
Excavations at Monticello are highlighted, particularly their use of maps to help with excavations.
The Virginia Gazette gives a brief history of archaeology in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology (CNEHA) has their website up for their upcoming 2012 conference in Newfoundland, Canada. It will be held from October 4-7th.
The University of Puget Sound is hosting the Redford Conference in Archaeology, which is accepting abstracts for talks about digital archaeology. The conference will be from October 25-28, 2012.
Visit the Avondale Burial Place Website to learn about the excavations and history of African American burial grounds in Georgia.
This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology highlights the excavations at Old Economy Village, home to the 19th century Christian community group the Harmony Society.
Mick Morrison (@mickmorrison) discusses his survey project in Mareeba, Australia.