Sunday, March 23, 2003

This is SWA's (Southwest Archaeology) job links page. Here you can find links to paid and volunteer opportunities, archaeology job web site links, and guides to gradute schools.

SWA Job Opportunities

Tuesday, March 18, 2003

Urban, industrial archaeology in Rotterdam. While they are not digging, they certainly are climbing all over urban structures and buildings.

Urban Adventure in Rotterdam
Here is a site that pays attention to what we archaeologists love best, the ground at our feet. DrainSpotting is for manhole covers, drain covers, spouts, and the other artifacts that deal with water.

Drainspotting

Friday, March 14, 2003

The Detroit Publishing Company (DPC) did a lot of photography in the early 1900s. Here is an online exhibit, from the Henry Ford Museum, of views of Western America, taken by the photographer, William Henry Jackson.


Detroit Publishing Company Online Exhibit, Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village

Tuesday, March 11, 2003

Fort Mose (now deep in a swamp) was the first legally sanctioned (by the Spanish) Free African settlement. The web site is fascinating and there is also a book.

Fort Mose Free African Settlement
If you were ever interested in railroads in Indiana, this is the site for you.

Christi's Web Design saluates the Daveiss county, Washington, Indiana railroad.

Friday, March 07, 2003

The city of Alexandria, Virginia, has its own Archaeology museum. This site has information on walking tours, archaeology for the public. education, and other information on preservation.

Alexandria Archaeology Museum Homepage