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To honor our 35th year doing archaeology: a blast from the past! This photo is CDC’s own Christine Davis back in 1980 – several years before she founded CDC in 1985. The photo was taken during excavations at the Reeves & Beales Site (aka Blaw Knox Site) (36AL19) located near our office along the Allegheny River. The site is a stratified Woodland and Contact period Native American village that included LeCroy, St. Albans, and Snyder projectile points, stone chipping debitage, as well as glass beads and historic period ceramics. In the photo, a young Christine is preparing a map for an open excavation block. It’s fun to see that archaeology doesn’t really look all that different today!
A big thank you to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History for the photo. The Carnegie sponsored this work at the Blaw Knox Site under the direction of Dick George. As you can see, Christine and the Carnegie go way back - Christine continues to be one of their research associates! ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago ·