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The Long and the Short of It (Tobacco Pipes, That Is)

Katie Barca / M.A. Anthropology / George Washington University About this time last June, I was working on my first blog about the tobacco pipes from the Midden. I had only been studying the tobacco pipes for a few months … Continue reading

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Karen Price – archaeologist & photographer

By Esther White / Director of Archaeology Karen Price, our photographer, is completing her internship at the end of April.  You’ve probably read her blogs about tourism and photography and I know you’ve seen her photos on the Mystery Midden … Continue reading

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Tobacco Pipe Research

This is Katie Barca, one of the members of Mount Vernon Archaeology’s “Team Artifact.” I am a graduate student in Anthropology focusing in both Historical Archaeology and Museum Studies at George Washington University. I am writing my master’s thesis on … Continue reading

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