May
28

Volunteer Spotlight: Sarah Grady, Explorer of Past and Future Landscapes

Volunteer Spotlight: Sarah Grady, Explorer of Past and Future Landscapes

Sarah Grady was waiting tables and deciding what to do with her new anthropology degree when a restaurant customer told her about the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center’s Archaeology Lab. The rest, as they say, is history. Continue reading Volunteer Spotlight: Sarah Grady, Explorer of Past and Future Landscapes

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May
14

America’s earliest colonists may have taken their secrets to the grave, but that doesn’t mean they’ll remain there

America’s earliest colonists may have taken their secrets to the grave, but that doesn’t mean they’ll remain there

Old-fashioned field work and new-fangled technology reveal the identities of four prominent citizens of the first English colony in America and raise some intriguing questions about how they lived and why they died. Continue reading America’s earliest colonists may have taken their secrets to the grave, but that doesn’t mean they’ll remain there

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