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James G. Gibb
2554 Carrollton Road
Annapolis, Maryland 21430
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Education
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Publications
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Technical Reports (pg 1, pg 2)
Architectural Studies
Teaching Experiences
Guidelines/Project Peer Review
Faunal Analysis
National Register
Select Successful Grants
Material Culture Studies
Related Experiences
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Technical Reports (Cont'd)

2000     Phase I Archeological Survey and Phase III Data Recovery for Structure 16 at Linden National Historic Site (18CV431), Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Calvert County Historical Society, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

2000     Phase II Archeological Site Examination of the Lyons Creek Railroad Station and Warehouse (18AN1167) on the Chesapeake Beach Railway, Maryland Route 4 and Maryland Route 260 Interchange Reconfiguration, Anne Arundel and Calvert Counties, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 236.

2000     Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Blue Heron Golf Course Expansion, Kent Island, Queen Anne’s County, Maryland. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to Queen Anne’s County, Centerville, Maryland. (with April M. Beisaw)

2000    Phase II Archaeological Site Examination of the Oella School (18BA475), Oella, Baltimore County, Maryland. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to The Oella Company, Ellicott City, Maryland. (with April M. Beisaw)

2000    Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of Maryland Route 177, Storm Water Management Ponds and Reforestation Areas, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Report Number 222. Baltimore.

1999    Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Mace Road Property on Lake Ogleton, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to Joel T. and Lan Thomas, Edgewater, Maryland.

1999    A Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of Stephen Steward’s Shipyard, Lot 2 (18AN817), West River Estates Homeowners’ Association Parcel, Anne Arundel County, Maryland: Proposed Recreational Improvements. Submitted to the West River Estates Homeowners’ Association, West River, Maryland. (with Jason D. Moser)

1997 Digital Videography: Recording, Preserving and Disseminating Archaeological Data. Grant MT-2210-7-NC-016. Anne Arundel Trust for Historic Preservation and The Lost Towns of Anne Arundel Project. Submitted to the National Park Service and the National Center for Preservation Technology & Training. (with Jason D. Moser and Tracy Corder)

1997    Ceramic and Tobacco Pipe Seriations of Five 17th Century Domestic Sites in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Submitted to the Maryland State Highway Administration, Baltimore, and the Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, Maryland. [with Al Luckenbach]

1997     Phase III Data Recovery at the Smithsonian Pier Site (18AN284), Smithsonian Institution Environmental Research Center, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, Maryland. [with Anson H. Hines]

1996     Phase III Data Recovery at the Reiff Site (18 WA 454), Cearfoss Roundabout, MD 63 at MD 58, Cearfoss, Washington County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 100. Contract AW 506–103–070.

1996    A Phase I Archaeological Survey and Phase II Site Examination of Riversdale Mansion (18PR390), Riverdale, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Submitted to the Maryland–National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, Bladensburg, Maryland. [with Daniel H. Weiskotten]

1996    An Archaeological Overview of the Historical Town of London, Edgewater, Maryland. Submitted to the Anne Arundel County Department of Planning and Zoning, Annapolis, and the Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, Maryland. [with Bonnie Persinger]

1995    Phase I Archeological Survey of the Gingerville Woods Residential Subdivision, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Sigma Engineering, Annapolis, Maryland.

1995     Limited Phase I Archaeological Survey at Calvert Cliffs State Park, Calvert County, Maryland, and a Historic Overview of Helb Barn (18CV329). Submitted to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Annapolis, Maryland. (with Matthew Edward Croson).

1995    A Phase II Site Examination at Baldwin’s Choice, Shady Side, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Submitted to Pointe Properties, Inc., Washington, D.C. (with Daniel H. Weiskotten and Tara D. Pettit).

1995    Phase I Archeological Survey of Bywater Estates Lot 6 Resubdivision, Annapolis Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to Chesapeake Bay Environmental Enterprises, Annapolis, Maryland.

1995    Phase I Archeological Survey of “Olde Bloomfield” Residential Subdivision, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to HB Properties Management Company, Lanham, Maryland.

1995    National Register of Historic Places Site Examination of the Java Site (18AN284), Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Submitted to the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (with Daniel H. Weiskotten).

1994    Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of MD 760, from MD 765 to Olivet Road, Lusby, Calvert County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 102. Baltimore. Contract AW 659–103–070.

1994    Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey of US Route 50 Salisbury By–Pass Wetlands Mitigation, Wicomico County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 17. Baltimore. Contract WI 641–201–170.

1994    A Phase I Archaeological Inventory and a Phase II Site Examination at Belair Mansion (18 PR 135), Bowie, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to the City of Bowie, Maryland.

1994    A Phase IB Archaeological Identification Survey of the Bryans Road Tract, Bryans Road, Charles County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to the Tri–County Council for Southern Maryland, Hughesville, Maryland.

1994    A Phase I Archaeological Site Identification Survey of the Village of Long Reach, Section 4, Area 2, Columbia, Howard County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Howard Research and Development Corporation, Columbia, Maryland.

1994    A Phase II Archaeological Site Examination of the Laurel Factory House (18PR228), Laurel, Prince George’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Chester Environmental, Maryland.

1994     Phase I Intensive Archeological Survey and Phase II Site Examination (18 WA 454), Cearfoss Roundabout, MD 63 at MD 58, Cearfoss, Washington County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 100. Contract AW 506–103–070.

1994     Archaeological Monitoring at the Patuxent River Naval Air Base, NAWC–AD Consolidation, Building 2185 Well Site, Patuxent River, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to George Hyman Construction Company, Maryland.

1994    A Phase I Archaeological Site Identification Survey of the DiSalvatore Tract, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to DiSalvatore Realty, Rockville, Maryland.

1994     National Register Evaluation of a Portion of Archaeological Site 18AN206, Gibson Island, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Submitted to Ronald W. Johnson Associates, Annapolis, Maryland.

1994    A Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Bennett Tract, Mayo, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Chisolm–Weber Associates, Crofton, Maryland.

1993    An Intensive Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of the Piney Point Museum and Lighthouse, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to the St. Mary’s County Department of Parks and Recreation, Museum Division, Colton’s Point, Maryland.

1993    A Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey and Phase II Site Examination at Snow Hill Mansion (18PR433), near Laurel, Prince George's County, Maryland. Maryland–National Capital Parks & Planning Commission, History Division. (with Donald K. Creveling)

1993    A Phase II Site Examination Behind the Slave Hospital, His Lordship’s Kindness (18PR439), Clinton, Prince George’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to John Walton, Jr., Clinton, Maryland.

1992    Archaeological Monitoring at the Patuxent River Naval Air Base, Fence Installation near the Helipad, Patuxent River, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Stottler, Stagg, and Associates, Lanham, Maryland.

1992    A Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey of Annemarie Garden Park, Solomons, Calvert County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to the Calvert County Board of Commissioners, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

1992    A Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey and Architectural Survey of the SMECO Powerline from Holland Cliffs to Calvert Cliffs, Calvert County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, Hughesville, Maryland.

1992    A Phase I Archaeological Survey of a Portion of Marshall Hall, Piscataway National Park, Charles County, Maryland. Submitted to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Waterway Improvement Program.

1991    A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Utility Lines, Cross Manor (18ST571), Areas I and II, St. Inigoes, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to G.A. and E. Koppel, St. Inigoes, Maryland.

1991    An Intensive Systematic Surface Collection of the Allens Fresh No. 1 Site (18 CH 55) on Zekiah Swamp/Allens Fresh, Westwood Point, Charles County, Maryland. Submitted to the Tri–County Council for Southern Maryland, Charlotte Hall, Maryland.

1991    A Phase I Archaeological Survey of Waterside Farm near Hallowing Point, Calvert County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kupke, Richardson, Texas.

1991    A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Collington Corporate Center, Prince George’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Manekin Corporation, Columbia, Maryland.

1991    A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Summit Creek Development Project, Surrattsville/Clinton, Prince George’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, North Beach, Maryland. Submitted to Realty Investment Associates III, Greenbelt, Maryland.

1990    A Phase I Archaeological Survey and Phase II Site Examination (18 ST 619) for the Hickory Hills Development Project, California, MD. Submitted to the Hickory Hills Limited Partnership, Lexington Park, Maryland.

1990    Data Recovery in the East Areaway of Belair Mansion (18 PR 135), Bowie, Maryland. Submitted to the City of Bowie, MD.

1990    A Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Gaslight Square Development Project, Prince Frederick, Maryland, and Data Recovery on the Baltimore and Drum Point Railroad Bed (18 Cv 172). Submitted to Dr. George J. Matthews, Waldorf, Maryland.

1990    An Intensive Archaeological Survey, SMECO Powerline from Lexington Park to Calvert Cliffs, St. Mary’s and Calvert Counties, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, Hughesville, Maryland.

1989    Archaeological Investigation for Reconstruction and Site Management Purposes at Woodlawn Farms (18ST88), in Ridge, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to Virginia and Thomas Cox, Ridge, Maryland.

1989    A Rapid Surface Reconnaissance and Collection of the Plowed Fields of Cross Manor (18ST571), St. Inigoes, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to G.A. and E. Koppel, Potomac, Maryland.

1989    An Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Swimming Pool Site, Cross Manor (18ST571), St. Inigoes, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to G.A. and E. Koppel, Potomac, Maryland.

1989    Supplemental Archaeological Survey at Cross Manor (18ST571), St. Inigoes, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to G.A. and E. Koppel, St. Inigoes, Maryland.

1989    Archaeological Survey and Testing at the Charlotte Hall Veterans’ Home (18ST400), Charlotte Hall, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to the Charlotte Hall Veterans’ Home, Charlotte Hall, Maryland.

1988    Jamba, SUBi 521: A Multistaged Approach to Impact Mitigation at a Multicomponent Archaeological Site. Submitted to O'Brien and Gere Engineers, Syracuse, New York by the Public Archaeology Facility, State University of New York (PAF/SUNY), Binghamton, New York.

1987     Supplemental Data on the Lordville Bridge, Village of Lordville, Town of Hancock, Delaware County, New York. Submitted to the New York State Museum for submission to the Historic American Engineering Record by PAF/SUNY.

1986    Site Examination at the Columbus Center Cheese Factory (SUBi 1126), Columbus, Chenango County, New York. Submitted to the New York State Museum by PAF/SUNY. (with David Bernstein and Daniel F. Cassedy)

1984    Archaeology of the Tripp Wagon–shop Site (SUBi 1038), Perry City, Schuyler County, New York. Prepared for the New York State Department of Transportation by PAF/SUNY.

1982    Analysis of faunal material from Fort Lowell. In: Archaeological Data Recovery at the Band Quarters Kitchen and Corral Wall at Fort Lowell, Tucson, Arizona. Archaeological Series No. 163, edited by Fred Huntington. Arizona State Museum, Tucson. (with Fred Huntington)

1982    An Archaeological Investigation of AZ BB:13:146, a Small Occupation Site in the Tucson Basin, Pima County, Arizona. In: Archaeological Test Excavations in Southern Arizona. Archaeological Series No. 152, edited by Susan A. Brew, pp. 103–144. Arizona State Museum, Tucson. (with Allen Dart)

1982    Supplemental Archaeological Survey, Reach 3: Spoil Areas near Florence, Arizona. In: Hohokam Archaeology along the Salt–Gila Aquaduct, Central Arizona Project, Volume II: Supplemental Archaeological Survey. Archaeological Series No. 150, edited by Lynn S. Teague and Patricia L. Crown, pp. 37–42. Arizona State Museum, Tucson. (with Rick Ervin)

 

Architectural Studies

2001     Architectural Survey of the Sparks, Maryland, area. Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland.

1997     The Dorsey–Bibb Tobacco Flue: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Southern Maryland Agriculture. The Calvert Historian 12(1): 4–20.

1995     Limited Phase I Archaeological Survey at Calvert Cliffs State Park, Calvert County, Maryland, and a Historic Overview of Helb Barn (18CV329). Submitted to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Annapolis, Maryland. (with Matthew Edward Croson).

1995    Helb Barn: A Pennsylvania German Barn in Calvert County. The Calvert Historian 10(2): 5–18. (with Matthew E. Croson)

1994    A Past Use of a more Distant Past: The Warrens Colonialize Snow Hill. Presented at the annual Mid–Atlantic Archaeological Conference, Ocean City, MD. [with Donald K. Creveling and Cheryl Coursey]

1992    A Phase I Archaeological Identification Survey and Architectural Survey of the SMECO Powerline from Holland Cliffs to Calvert Cliffs, Calvert County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Submitted to the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, Hughesville, Maryland.

1989    Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Chesapeake Tidewater: Parran Barn and the Bibb Tobacco Flue. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology, Morristown, New Jersey. [with Patricia J. McGuire]

1987    Supplemental Data on the Lordville Bridge, Village of Lordville, Town of Hancock, Delaware County, New York. Submitted to the New York State Museum for submission to the Historic American Engineering Record by PAF/SUNY.

1986     The Role of a Covered Bridge. Broome County Historical Society Newsletter (Spring 1986). Reprinted in the Empire State Courier: The Journal of the New York State Covered Bridge Association.

1985    Spanning Rivers: Binghamton Bridges as Social Documents, the Dwightsville Community Case Study. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Northeast Archaeology, Ottawa, Canada.

 

Teaching Experience

2006ADJUNCT PROFESSOR. Historical Archaeology (HIS 311 E1). Villa Julie College.

2005        ADJUNCT PROFESSOR. Archaeology of Maryland (ANTH 183). Harford Community College.

2002/3     INSTRUCTOR. Engineering (ENT 211, AutoCAD). Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland.

2002        INSTRUCTOR. History (History 211, US History to 1877). Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland.

2001/3     TUTOR. Engineering (ENT 242, AutoCAD); English Literature and Composition and MS Excel. Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland.

2000/1     INSTRUCTOR. Genealogy (Sociology 8640). College of Southern Maryland.

1998        Present. Computer applications instructor: Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Word, and Windows. D. Miller & Associates, Deale, Maryland.

1998–1999  Humanities Scholar, Maryland Humanities Council, Baltimore, Maryland. Speakers Bureau. “The Lost Towns of Anne Arundel Project.”

1998/9     M.A. Thesis Committee Member (2): University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Department of History.

1995/9     MENTOR: Internship program, The Lost Towns of Anne Arundel Project Anne Arundel County/London Town Foundation, Inc.

1995/6     INSTRUCTOR: History 301: Archaeology in Historic Preservation. Historic Preservation Program, Community Services Continuing Education, Anne Arundel Community College.

1992–1995  Guest lecturer: Calvert County Community College, Department of History, Prince Frederick, Maryland. (semi–annual lecture)

1994        Guest FACULTY: American Association of Museums, Seminar on Material Culture, “Many Pasts, Many Voices,” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1988        Field Instructor: Archaeological Field School, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

1988        Instructor: Introduction to Archaeology. Field and classroom instruction. Elmira College, Elmira, New York.

1988        Instructor: 'Lost Tribes and Buried Cities.' Introductory course in archaeology, as well as a University–mandated writing course. Binghamton University.

1987        Instructor: Anthropology of the South Pacific. Survey course employing each of the four sub–disciplines of anthropology. Binghamton University.

 

Guidelines/Project Peer Review

2005    Part of a team that developed Section 603, Archeological Protection, for the Revised Land Use Code, City of Frederick. Draft prepared by Andrew Stout.

2003     Professional project reviewer, approved by the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, for the Greenvest Corporation’s The Preserve development project in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

1999    Guidelines for Archaeological Review as Part of the Certificate of Approval Process. Prepared for and approved by the Annapolis Historic Preservation Commission, June 1999. (with C. Jane Cox)

 

Faunal Analyses

Training:

1980   Mammalogy: Class in comparative mammalian osteology, Prof. Cockrum, instructor, Department of Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson.

1977   Independent study in faunal analysis, Dr. Richard M. Gramly, supervisor, Department of Anthropology, Stony Brook University. Identification of faunal materials from Pipestave Holow prehistoric site, Late Archaic/Late Woodland, Long Island, NY.

Projects:

2004     A Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Stanwick Farm, Aquasco, Prince George’s County, Maryland, and Phase II/III investigations of Garrett’s Chance #2 (18PR703) and Garrett’s Chance #3 (18PR704). Andrew Garte & Associates, Shady Side, Maryland. Submitted to LanDesign, Bowie, Maryland.

2002    A Phase III Data Recovery at Belair Mansion (18 PR 135), Bowie, Maryland. Submitted to the City of Bowie, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the City of Bowie Museums and the Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, Maryland.

1997     Phase III Data Recovery at the Smithsonian Pier Site (18AN284), Smithsonian Institution Environmental Research Center, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. James G. Gibb, Archaeological Consultant, Annapolis, Maryland. Submitted to the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, Maryland. [with Anson H. Hines]

1996    Phase III Data Recovery at the Reiff Site (18 WA 454), Cearfoss Roundabout, MD 63 at MD 58, Cearfoss, Washington County, Maryland. Maryland State Highway Administration Archeological Report Number 100. Contract AW 506–103–070.

1995    National Register of Historic Places Site Examination of the Java Site (18AN284), Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Submitted to the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (with Daniel H. Weiskotten).

1982    Analysis of faunal material from Fort Lowell. In: Archaeological Data Recovery at the Band Quarters Kitchen and Corral Wall at Fort Lowell, Tucson, Arizona. Archaeological Series No. 163, edited by Fred Huntington. Arizona State Museum, Tucson. (with Fred Huntington)

1980     Analysis of faunal remains from Dr. Sherene Baugher’s excavations at Richmond Village, NY.

1978    Analysis of faunal remains from Dr. Russell Barber’s excavations at the Wheeler Site, MA. Reported in The Wheeler site: a specialized shellfish processing station on the Merrimack River, by Russell J. Barber. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1982

1978     Identification of faunal remains from Duke Homestead, Greensboro, NC. John C. Baroody, supervisor.

1977     Identification of mammalian faunal remains from Dr. Charles Nelson’s excavations at Lukenya Hill, Kenya, Dr. Richard M. Gramly, supervisor.

1977   Osteometric analysis of four dog burials from the Late Archaic component of the Pipestave Hollow site, Long Island, NY, Dr. Richard M. Gramly, supervisor.


National Register

Training:

1994    National Register of Historic Places Archaeology Workshop, John H. Sprinkle and Jan Townsend, organizers, Washington, DC. (08–09 September 1994).

Projects:

1980–present   Scores of recommendations on the National Register eligibility of archaeological sites and standing structures.

 

Select Successful Grants

Maryland Historical Trust: Collections analysis and reporting grant,  $9,000. 2000

Maryland Historical Trust: Three field research grants, nearly $100,000. 1996–1999

Maryland Humanities Council: Three mini–grants supporting public interpretation. 1996–1999

National Geographic Society: Research grant, $15,000. 1996

NATIONAL CENTER FOR PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY & TRAINING: Videographic research grant, $15,000, 1997.

 

Material Culture Studies

Ceramic Analysis: specializing in 17th century Netherlandish coarse earthenwares, and 18th–19th century Anglo–American wares; vesselization.

Faunal Analysis: prehistoric and historic; experience in identification and analysis of commercial butcher cuts.

Industrial Sites Analysis: 19th and 20th centuries, specializing in documentation and interpretation of bridges and small rural manufactories.

Tract Analysis: Reconstructing landholdings.

AutoCAD: Computer–Aided Drafting

 

Related Experiences

·          Supervising procurement, training, and use of geophysical survey equipment, global positioning system, and digital videographic and processing equipment.

·          Editor, Public Education and Information column, SHA Newsletter, 1994–2001.

·          Extensive writing and editing.

·          Extensive statistical analysis, primarily non–parametric techniques.

·          Extensive, highly successful grant writing.

·          Mentoring graduates and undergraduates from local universities and colleges.

·          Teaching community college students history and computer–aided design and drafting; tutoring same and English literature and composition.

·          Mentoring of public school students, Grades 6 through 12, National History Fair.

·          Building liaisons with avocational archaeologists.

·          Promoting archaeology, history, & historic preservation through public lectures & writing.

·          Working with local governments, citizens' advisory councils on historic preservation, & town planners.

·          Working with local museums in the areas of research, exhibition theory, and material culture theory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 
   

 

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