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Connie ArzigianMississippi Valley Archaeology Center                  and  Archaeological Studies ProgramUniversity of Wis...
http://www.osa.admin.state.mn.us/
 Focus on precontact archaeology Summarize what is known Identify where people lived Suggest how this changed through ...
 WHAT AND WHEN  June and July 2010  866 acres in 32 separate parcels  Surface survey and shovel testing RESULTS  Pri...
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Olmsted County History Center
Olmsted County History Center
Olmsted County History Center
Olmsted County History Center
Olmsted County HistoryCenter
Olmsted County History Center
Olmsted County History Center
Hopewell Interaction Sphere100 BC to 300 A.D.
MVAC
MVAC
MVAC
Olmsted County History Center
 George Catlin An-nó-je-nahge, He Who Stands on Both Sides, a Distinguished Ball Player, 1835 Eastern Sioux/Dakota
 People lived near water   Rivers   Streams   In upland areas-springs Travel along major ridges Fire shadows
 Report your finds to your local archaeologist Keep track of where you found things. Don’t dig! Become a member   MVA...
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
Olmsted county 2012 wasi oju
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Presentation by Dr. Connie Arzigian given at Rochester Public Library March 25, 2012

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  1. 1. Connie ArzigianMississippi Valley Archaeology Center and Archaeological Studies ProgramUniversity of Wisconsin-La Crosse www.uwlax.edu/mvac
  2. 2. http://www.osa.admin.state.mn.us/
  3. 3.  Focus on precontact archaeology Summarize what is known Identify where people lived Suggest how this changed through time
  4. 4.  WHAT AND WHEN  June and July 2010  866 acres in 32 separate parcels  Surface survey and shovel testing RESULTS  Prior to survey: 38 known precontact sites  9 new sites recorded  5 previously known sites further investigated GEOMORPHOLOGY TESTING  To evaluate areas for deeply buried sites
  5. 5. You arehere
  6. 6. Olmsted County History Center
  7. 7. Olmsted County History Center
  8. 8. Olmsted County History Center
  9. 9. Olmsted County History Center
  10. 10. Olmsted County HistoryCenter
  11. 11. Olmsted County History Center
  12. 12. Olmsted County History Center
  13. 13. Hopewell Interaction Sphere100 BC to 300 A.D.
  14. 14. MVAC
  15. 15. MVAC
  16. 16. MVAC
  17. 17. Olmsted County History Center
  18. 18.  George Catlin An-nó-je-nahge, He Who Stands on Both Sides, a Distinguished Ball Player, 1835 Eastern Sioux/Dakota
  19. 19.  People lived near water  Rivers  Streams  In upland areas-springs Travel along major ridges Fire shadows
  20. 20.  Report your finds to your local archaeologist Keep track of where you found things. Don’t dig! Become a member  MVAC,  Minnesota Historical Society  Olmsted County History Center www.uwlax.edu/mvac http://www.osa.admin.state.mn.us/

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