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11 Archaeology Graduate Programs & Graduate Schools in New Hampshire __ An overview of 11 New Hampshire archaeology schools. - From -


About, State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology ... - __ "The New Hampshire State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology Program (SCRAP) is a public participation program for archaeological research, management, and education."  Information about the program, goals and accomplishments. - From -


America's Stonehenge __ "America's Stonehenge is an archaeological site consisting of a number of large rocks and stone structures scattered around roughly 30 acres (120,000 m2) within the town of Salem, New Hampshire in the northeast United States."  An encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia -


Archaeology, New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources __ "This list has been prepared as an aid for those who may require archaeological consulting services. It is not an endorsement of those listed, and it is not intended to limit a client's choice." - From -


dig: New Hampshire Archaeology Events __ "dig's guide to special archaeological programs, events, and exhibits in New Hampshire" - From -



Digging into the Oyster River Massacre __ Learn about the latest in the search for the Durham Plantation.  Found it?  What do you think?  Also a good explanation of why things happened. - illustrated - From -

The James House, Hampton, New Hampshire __ "The James House is recognized as a true "first period" colonial. The house built for Benjamin James in 1723, near the salt meadows of Hampton, New Hampshire, is regarded as perhaps the earliest surviving example of the two-room deep, center-chimney colonial in New Hampshire. All of its original framing remains intact." You can learn about the archaeological research and preservation on the property. - illustrated - From James House Association -


Hunter Archaeological Site __ Research at a "Woodlands culture" dig site on the Connecticut River - By the Connecticut River Joint Commissions -


Manchester Cemetery - NorthEast Archaeology __ "The archaeological investigation was conducted by the NE ARC specifically to determine the existence or likelihood of the presence of unmarked human remains, burial sites, or cemetery artifacts within the proposed project area, .."  A good look at this example of pre-development archaeology. - illustrated - From -


New Hampshire Archaeological Society __ Learn about membership, meetings, volunteering and more. - From New Hampshire Archaeological Society -


New Hampshire Archaeology Museum Directory __ List of archaeology museums in New Hampshire - From -



New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources (NHDHR) __ I'll let them say it. "New Hampshire's "State Historic Preservation Office" was established in 1974 as the Division of Historical Resources. The historical, archaeological, architectural and cultural resources of New Hampshire are among its most important environmental assets. Historic preservation promotes the use, understanding and conservation of such resources for the education, inspiration, pleasure and enrichment of New Hampshire's citizens." - From state of New Hampshire -


Neville archaeological site __ "Neville is an archaeological site on the bank of the Merrimack River in New Hampshire, ..."  An encyclopedic article. - From Wikipedia -


OREAP a New Hampshire SCRAP Project __ "The Oyster River Environs Archaeology Project (OREAP) is a multidisciplinary study bringing professionals from the fields of archaeology, history, geology, geography, and the environmental sciences together with interested members of the public to reconstruct the cultural history and land use patterns of the prehistoric and historic peoples who have lived within the Oyster River and Lamprey River watersheds."  A general overview - illustrated - From -


Phase 1A Archaeological Sensitivity Assessment Hillsborough Woolen Mills __ "Site components are fragmentary, with much rubble and debris at the
site. Surviving portions of stone and brick foundations rise up to 3-4 m high above the level of the Contoocook River, making access treacherous
in terms of on-site survey. "  Detailed report.  A PDF file - illustrated - From -


Project Archaeology __ "Project Archaeology is a comprehensive archaeology and heritage education program for everyone interested in learning or teaching about our nationís rich cultural legacy and protecting it for future generations to learn from and enjoy."  Learn about New Hampshire's role. - From - - The Prehistoric Era __ "For at least 10,000 years before European settlement, this region was the home of Native American tribes. Indians traveled with the weather, spending summers on the coast where they were extraordinary fishers and hunters. Precious little evidence of these people are on display locally." Learn what research is underway. - from -


Strawberry Banke - Archaeology __ "Strawbery Banke archaeologists have conducted some of the largest and most successful urban archeology projects in New Hampshire."  Learn about the important archaeological research into Portsmouth's history. - From -


A Very Remote Period Indeed: New Paleoindian site in Keene, NH __ "It appears that a new Paleoindian site has been uncovered during the construction of a new middle school in Keene, New Hampshire. The report present a good overview in layman's terms of what has been uncovered so far"  A blog post. - From Julien Riel-Salvatore -


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