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22
Jul
DIG DAY: Kids learn about archaeology at program (PHOTOS) - Troy Messenger
A handful of children excavated a handful of artifacts and learned a bit about archaeology in the process. Pioneer Museum held its annual children's program Saturday and archaeology was the theme. "We have a children's program every summer. There's a ...
Source:  Troy Messenger

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21
Jul
Archaeology Day - wbkb11.1
Participating in a mock excavation hunt and digging for fossils in the fossil park are just a few of the activities at Archaeology Day. The Besser Museum hosted a day dedicated to archaeology and studying the local area of Alpena. There were multiple ...
Source:  wbkb11.1

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21
Jul
A Design Habitat in the Making - The New Indian Express
The courses covered in the Industrial Design programme makes the students understand concepts like Design Ethnography, Design Research, Ergonomics, Design Process, Strength of Materials, History of Design, Green Design, Sustainable Design and ...
Source:  The New Indian Express

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21
Jul
For historian Michael Sherman, a second career takes flour - vtdigger.org
Historian. College dean. Author, writer, consultant, professor and lecturer. Michael Sherman, former executive director of the Vermont Historical Society and one-time dean of Burlington College, has led a life steeped in renowned scholarship and academia.
Source:  vtdigger.org

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21
Jul
NEIGHBORS: With a personal touch, historian presents Bonner History Center ... - The Missoulian
Mrs. Strong was Jack Demmons' sixth-grade teacher at Bonner School when World War II broke out. "Great teacher. The best teacher I've met," Demmons said last week. He was a 12-year-old living in nearby Piltzville. She was that teacher most of us had, ...
Source:  The Missoulian

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21
Jul
Don't raze this bit of architectural history - Arizona Republic
This historic building at the Arizona State Fair Grounds is scheduled to be razed tomorrow in Phoenix, AZ. The art deco building dates back to around 1938 and was constructed by the federal government as part of a New-Deal era program to lower ...
Source:  Arizona Republic

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21
Jul
Artifacts from archaeology dig to surface in park talk - St. Cloud Times
LITTLE FALLS - While the artifacts collected this summer during a four-week St. Cloud State University archaeology field school remain encased in plastic, awaiting analysis in a fall follow-up class, archaeologists on Saturday will discuss what went on ...
Source:  St. Cloud Times

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21
Jul
Reliving the work of pioneers in archaeology - The Hindu
Elegantly produced by the Archaeological Survey of India, this is the fourth in the series of books by renowned authors brought out as part of the project to celebrate its 150 years of eventful existence. Eminently suitable, the author of this work Dr ...
Source:  The Hindu

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21
Jul
Ancient Göbeklitepe pioneer Schmidt passes away - Hurriyet Daily News
The archaeological remains in Göbeklitepe, which date back to 10,000 BC and are considered one of the most exciting recent archaeological findings, show that hunters and gatherers of the Stone Age, while struggling to survive and meet their basic needs ...
Source:  Hurriyet Daily News

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21
Jul
Festival of Archaeology 2014: The story of an early Bronze Age lunular found ... - Culture24
... Trevarthen will be leading Festival of Archaeology events at Dorset County Museum (July 22, 10am-1pm) and Sturminster Newton Museum (July 24, 10am-3pm). The Festival of Archaeology 2014 runs until Sunday (July 27), visit archaeologyfestival.org.uk.
Source:  Culture24

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