Monthly Archives: June 2013

And A Message From Our Sponsors

Why did I post this photo of our PortaJon? Well we have been working hard at the site over the last five weeks. That means at least eight hours a day in the field. That means hunger, heat, mosquitos, thorn … Continue reading

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What a Week! / Making Friends

It has been a busy couple of weeks. We worked through the last couple of weekends making sure we have made the most of our six weeks of fieldwork and public interaction. After weeks of excavation we came to the … Continue reading

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On Nostalgia and History: A post from Myles Schaller

This post was written by Myles Schaller, who travelled from Berkeley, California to work with us here in the Hazleton area. In this post he reflects on some of his first impressions of the region. Four weeks ago I arrived … Continue reading

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Four Weeks Down, Two Weeks Left: An Update

It has been a busy week at the site. We just finished our fourth week of excavations. With only a week and a half left out in the field, we are counting down each moment. What has been happening? Here … Continue reading

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Myles Below the Surface of the Earth

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Living in the Anthracite Region: A Post from James Kuzma

Hello all, my name is James Kuzma and I am a dual major of Archaeological Sciences and Medieval studies at Penn State University. I was extremely excited when the word came around about this field school, ironically it was from … Continue reading

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