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Spring 2019 Elective- Worlds Collide: Virginia 1619

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Guest Lecture on September 27, 2018

Please join the UMW Historic Preservation Department for a special Guest Lecture. On Thursday, September 27th, Dr. Julie King will be discussing her recent archaeological project investigating Rappahannock Indian History. She will be focusing on her collaborative efforts with the … Continue reading

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UMW 2018 Archaeological Field School

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Spring 2018 Course- African Diaspora Archaeology

Professor McMillan here. I’m popping in to plug a course I am teaching next semester. HISP 471A4: African Diaspora Archaeology Permission of instructor is needed for this class. It is open to students both in the Department of Historic Preservation … Continue reading

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Welcome to the UMW Archaeology Lab website- An Introduction

Hello World! Welcome to the UMW Archaeology Laboratory blog! We are so excited to revamp this website and tell you what we are up to! This summer has been a busy one of changes and transitions. Professor Doug Sanford retired … Continue reading

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T-Pain Visited the Archaeological Field School!

Check it out! President T-Pain visited the UMW Historic Preservation’s Archaeological Field School earlier this month! We were very happy to host President Paino, show him all the great artifacts we have been finding, and share with him our interpretations … Continue reading

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