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Remembering The Battle Of Blair Mountain | American Archaeology

By James Stout | On the morning of August 30th, 1921, John Wilburn set off up Blair Mountain, in West Virginia, with two of his...

The Search For Sarabay | American Archaeology

By Stephenie Livingston | The sparsely populated barrier island of Big Talbot looks much like it did when Europeans first met the local Mocama-speaking Timucua...

A New Take On Maryland’s Oldest City | American Archaeology

By David Malakoff | The nearly 400-year-old silver coin was, Stephanie Stevens recalled, “the most memorable artifact I’ve ever found.” Last fall, the young archaeologist was...

The Purpose Of Archaeology | American Archaeology

By Elizabeth Lunday | Archaeologists study the past, but they live in the present—and 2021 is a particularly tumultuous present. Americans have endured political conflict,...