Archaeology/Genealogy

Archaeological

  1. Exploring the Great Basin: From Camping in the Anzo-Borrego Desert, Hiking Around the Calico Early Man Site, to Sandboarding the Ancient Sand of Coral Pink Sand Dunes (pictographs, artifacts, rock shelters)
  2. Cultural Ecology of the Atlantic Coast: Shell Middens and Ancient Tidal Forests (Guale Indians; Shell Rings; Shark Teeth)
  3. Owsley’s Kennewick Man Research may be Trumped by DNA Tests Similar to Anzick Child
  4. Douglas Owsley Chooses to Omit Peer-Review on Kennewick Man Research
  5. Pompeii and Cosmology:  Ancient Rites and Recent Revivals
  6. Kayaking Georgia’s Coast:  Tidal Flat Ecosystems, Ancient History, and Stewardship (Shell Midden)
  7. John Ruskamp Speaks at ESCONI: Midwestern Epigraphic Society, Pseudoarcheology, and Xenoarchaeology Today (Pictographs)
  8. Sea Change and Sea Kayaking (Door County ; Artifacts)
  9. Sea Kayaking Narragansett Bay: Native American Footpaths and Soul Freedom (Cairns)
  10. Watertrails Reveal Rich Archaeological History in the Midwest  (Aztalan; The Palace Site)

 

Genealogical/Historical

  1. Ancient Tidal Forests to Ocean Renewables:  Altamaha River Kayaking 
  2. Apostle Islands Adaptive Paddling (Polio History; Brownstone)
  3. Baraboo’s Ringling Riverfront (Ringling Bros.; Mastodon,)
  4. Chinese Jade Carvings; Lizzadro Museum (Chinese Culture; Jade)
  5. Fergen Family of the Black Forest (Reichstag)
  6. Flea Market Style:  Pre-loved and Deadstock Come Back to Life (Antiques; Vintage; Decorating)
  7. Pompeii and Cosmology:  Ancient Rites and Recent Revivals
  8. Sea Kayaking Narragansett Bay: Native American Footpaths and Soul Freedom (Roger Williams)
  9. Settlers of Cupheag: Fairchild Genealogy (Pilgrims; Macs Harbor)

 

Native American

  1. Local Native Americans Buried in Blue Wing Cemetery by Ross M. Curry
  2. Old Copper Culture:  A Visit With Pete Stark
  3. Paddling Lake Okoboji (Inkapaduta; Abbie Gardner)
  4. Sea Kayaking Narragansett Bay: Native American Footpaths and Soul Freedom
  5. Wisconsin Dells History: A Walk With Ross M. Curry
  6. Wisconsin’s Indian Mounds

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