Schlitz Audubon Community Archaeology

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Online public collaborative research portal to archaeological field research, archive research, lab analysis, and collaborative writing. This online component provides an opportunity for sustained public engagement and participation in this community-based archaeological research project. Archaeological research conducted at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center is organized by the Milwaukee Communtiy Archaeology Project directed by archaeologist and anthropologist Dr. David Pacifico. This research explores the long term social and environmental impacts of human settlement in Southeast Wisconsin, focusing especially on 19th century European farmsteads and prehistoric settlements.

Contact Dr. Pacifico for questions about this online component, research events, archaeology, etc. Contact Jill Macek for information about visiting Schlitz Audubon Nature Center.

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Course Highlights

  • Learn about local archaeology and history
  • Participate in archaeological research
  • Covers local American Indian settlements and Early European settlers
  • Visit Schlitz Audubon Nature Center

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