Friday Links: What’s Happening in Historical Archaeology

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This week’s Friday Links brings you a new feature: a photo of the week! This week’s photo is of archaeologist Adam Fracchia showing of a ceramic fragment, while a future archaeologist works in a unit.  The excavations were completed this summer in Baltimore, a co-project between Baltimore Heritage and the National Parks Service. Also, please let us know what additional links or blogs you have in the comments so that we can start following you, and share your content with others!

Headlines

DePaul students are excavating a house that was a stop on the Underground Railroad.

Jamestowne Rediscovery was featured on C-SPAN! Watch the video here.

Conferences and Calls

the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training is offering a three day summit on 3D digital documentation for the preservation of cultural heritage.

Resources

At American Antiquarian, you can view their Staffordshire Pottery of John Ridgway collection.

The Blogs

The blogosphere was full of a number of posts recapping the Baltimore conference:

Also, Matt Reeves from Montpelier looks over some of their artifacts from the summer, and shares some photos!
The folks at Colonial Williamsburg are investigating the tin shop! Check out the live web cam to see what they’re up to.

Did you write a post about your time at SHA? Any other headlines that we missed? Share them in the comments!

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Friday Links: What’s Happening in Historical Archaeology

Every Friday, we provide a series of links, headlines, and announcements about what’s happening in Historical Archaeology over the past week. Please, add your links to the comments below, and we’ll be sure to include them in the future! Also, if you have a blog about historical archaeology, please let us know in the comments! We’d love to help improve your readership by highlighting posts on Friday Links!

Headlines

New Books and Journals

Call for Manuscripts

Scholarships/Fellowships

Online Resources

On the Blogosphere