This collection discusses the role of archaeology at Fort Vancouver, artifacts at Fort Vancouver, technology used in archaeological research, and Archaeology Month at Grand Canyon National Park.
Archaeology at Fort Vancouver, Part 1
Fort Vancouver NHS: Ever wonder about the role of archaeology at Fort Vancouver? Join park employees Dr. Doug Wilson and Dr. Bob Cromwell behind the scenes as they describe the park's acclaimed archaeology program.
Archaeology at Fort Vancouver, Part 2
Fort Vancouver NHS: Archaeologists Dr. Doug Wilson and Dr. Robert Cromwell continue their discussion of the park's archaeology program. They recap fifty years of archaeology at the site and also share their "dream digs" in the park.
The Museum Collection
Fort Vancouver NHS: Curious about the two million artifacts that have been recovered at the site during archaeological digs? Join park employees Tessa Langford and Heidi Pierson behind the scenes with the park's extensive museum collection.
Diana Greenlee on Dendrogeomorphological Investigation of Earthwork Stability at Poverty Point National Monument
Dr. Diana Greenlee, adjunct assistant professor at the University of Louisiana at Monroe and station archaeologist at the Poverty Point National Monument, discusses dendrogeomorphology to investigate earthwork stability at Poverty Point.
Geophysics and the Technology of Archeology
Join the National Park Service’s 19th Annual Geophysics and the Technology of Archeology workshop at Los Adaes. Non-destructive techniques to locate archeological features are discussed.
Second Life as an Archaeological Tool at UC Berkeley
Ruth Tringum discusses the Second Life program, a virtual archaeological tool used at UC Berkley.