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"Recounting the Revolution: Captivating Imagination through Public Archaeology" …

"Recounting the Revolution: Captivating Imagination through Public Archaeology"
Carin Boone
Temple University

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  • 1. Recounting the Revolution: Captivating Imagination Through Public Archaeology Carin Boone January 7, 2010 SHA Amelia Island, FL
  • 2. Edwin Austin Abbey, 1910 www.gutenberg.org
  • 3. Survey Area
  • 4. Possible front of camp Possible rear of camp
  • 5. Illustrations, Ross Hamel in Rees, J, 1998
  • 6. Commander-in-Chief Massey
  • 7. Many thanks to: *Dr. David Orr *Dan Sivilich and BRAVO *Jesse West-Rosenthal and the 2008 crew *Dr. Rich Veit *Valley Forge National Historic Park *Temple University Field School, 2007 & 2009 *The Vestry and Heritage Committee of the Washington Memorial Chapel *Joe Mager *Upper Perkiomen Archaeology Club *All of our wonderful volunteers since 2007 Please visit our blog at: http://vafowmc.blogspot.com and Follow us on twitter: @ArchatVAFOWMC