Browsing the blog archives for March, 2011

“Site”-Seeing the WCRC – by Zaida Darley

This is my first blog ever so I thought I would start by introducing my blog and myself. I am Zaida Darley, the Outreach Specialist for the West Central Region Center of FPAN. My task in this position is to work with local governments. That might sound boring to some but it is actually quite […]

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The Archaeology of Photographs – By Rebecca O’Sullivan

So there’s this popular internet trend at the moment of re-creating childhood pictures, and of course there are several great websites like Young Me/Now Me and Back to the Future by Irina Werning that are devoted to showcasing this kind of re-photography. While I can understand the allure of putting on an old 80’s suit […]

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In the Brine – recovery of the Weedon Island Canoe

The importance of the recovery of a 1,100 year old dugout canoe from a Tampa Bay shoreline last week will play on for years to come. Some might say that the challenges we faced during recovery are quintessential to archaeology in Florida. I would agree. But, as a member of the small team of archaeologists, Pinellas County employees, […]

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