International Archaeology Day Celebration in Downtown St. Louis
November 6, 2013

AIA members and the public learn about the historic archaeology of St. Louis
AIA members and the public learn about the historic archaeology of St. Louis
Four professional archaeologists (Douglas Scott to far left) at the setup for International Archaeology DayProfessor Michael Fuller discusses Historic Archaeology with members of the public at International Archaeology Day.Professor Michael Fuller introduces Professor Douglas Scott at International Archaeology DayAIA members (Michael Fuller, Neathery Fuller and Judy Brilliant) at International Archaeology Day
Four professional archaeologists (Douglas Scott to far left) at the setup for International Archaeology Day Professor Michael Fuller discusses Historic Archaeology with members of the public at International Archaeology Day. Professor Michael Fuller introduces Professor Douglas Scott at International Archaeology Day AIA members (Michael Fuller, Neathery Fuller and Judy Brilliant) at International Archaeology Day
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The AIA - St. Louis Society hosted International Archaeology Day at 700 North 1st Street in downtown St. Louis. This location was excavated in 2011 (http://users.stlcc.edu/mfuller/laclede.html) and yielded very interesting results about the historic archaeology of St. Louis. Artifacts from this site and two other historic sites (Whitehaven NPS site and Millersburg Church site) were shown and discussed with the public. Professor Douglas Scott (University of Nebraska) presented a lecture on Historic Archaeological Discoveries west of the Mississppi.

 

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