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January 15, 2014

PMN 2013: The Archaeology of Architecture

Filed under: Conference, Podcasts, Preserve MN 2013 — Joe Hoover @ 11:43 am

With brushes and backhoes, archaeologists document the locations of former buildings. What can their work tell us about structures that were once part of our communities? How can archaeology inform our understanding and interpretation of existing historic buildings? Using examples from Minnesota excavations, this presentation will demonstrate the preservation benefits of doing the archaeology of architecture

Presenter: Michelle Terrell, Two Pines Resource Group, Shafer, MN

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