Fall 2014

a quarterly publication of the Archaeological Conservancy

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Archaeologist Robert Carr sets PVC pipes into postholes at the Miami Midden 1 site. Carr and his colleagues use the pipes, which they ring with baseball chalk, to emphasize the cite's circular and linear features for photographic documentation.
Archaeologist Robert Carr sets PVC pipes into postholes at the Miami Midden 1 site. Carr and his colleagues use the pipes, which they ring with baseball chalk, to emphasize the cite's circular and linear features for photographic documentation.

The recent issue of American Archaeology Magazine, Fall 2014, is now available.

  • Cover Photo: Archaeologist Robert Carr sets PVC pipes into postholes at the Miami Midden 1 site. Carr and his colleagues use the pipes, which they ring with baseball chalk, to emphasize the cite’s circular and linear features for photographic documentation.
  • Photo Credit: Jerry Rabinowitz

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