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Fire Archaeology - Episode 57

On today's episode we've assemble a panel of Forest Service and NPS archaeologists that specialize in preserving and recording cultural resources before and after natural and intentional forest fires. This is a unique perspective in the world of archaeology and they've got the experience to back it up. Working on one of these crews sounds like a great alternative to the usual field season for the average traveling field tech. Check it out!

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Historic Eligibility Determinations - Episode 49

On today's show we interview Kaibab National Forest Archaeologist, Margaret Hangen. We talk to Margaret about determining eligibility of historic sites. Margaret points out that people know all about recording historic sites, but when it comes to interpreting what was found and making a National Register of Historic Places eligibility recommendation many people fall short. Leave your comments about this topic below or wherever you see the link to this show.

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Serra @archyfantasies; Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Ashley @morton_ashleym; Russell @Mjstrwy and @DiachronicD; Chris @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet

Artwork by Tristan Boyle (c)2014

Artwork by Tristan Boyle (c)2014

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