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Archeologists study ancient cultures as well as recent historic occupations. Archeologists areinterested in animal bones, plant remains and certain stone materials when these things occur at archeological sites and have a clear relationship to human activity.

Time: 30 minutes

Time: 30 minutes Lesson 5: Ethnography: How Archeologists Know What They Know This lesson is divided into four sections: instructional goals, advance preparation, activity, and glossary.

CTA26_3 Newsletter

CTA Newsletter 27(1) Page 1 Council of Texas Archeologists Newsletter Volume 27, Number 1 January 2003 In this issue . . . Presidents' Forum ..... 1 Officer's Reports..... 4 Committee Reports: Auditing ...

The Work Environment

Forest Service Archeologists work to learn about, interpret and protect the historical and cultural treasures of our country. Forest Service Archeologists routinely apply the skills and techniques of Anthropology, Archeology, and History to the preservation and protection of some of America's most ...


TARL P OLICY ON S ITE L OCATION I NFORMATION Archeological site location information contained in the files at the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory is available to professional archeologists, avocational archeologists, and students connected with secondary and higher education organizations.

Soil Science for Archeologists

Soil Science for Archeologists Stewart Reed Nathan Bailey Oghenekome Onokpise Edited by: Michael Russo and Virginia Horak Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Southeast Archeological Center, National Park Service Volume 1 — June 2000


Registered Professional Archeologists (RPAs), cartographers, and historic preservation specialists offer comprehensive cultural resource management strategies, including federal (Sections 106 and 110 of NHPA of 1966 [as amended]) and state compliance issues, survey, testing, and data recovery.

Archeologists Turn to Professional MythBusters for Stone-Age ...

Archeologists Turn to Professional MythBusters for Stone-Age Experiment With the help of Discovery Channel MythBusters Jamie Hyneman, left, and Adam Savage, right, two University of Wyoming archeologists tested the technological advantage of arrowheads in prehistoric cultures.

According to archeologists, Native people have lived in the ...

According to archeologists, Native people have lived in the area we now call Virginia for as many as 15,000 years


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