Tag Archives: Coastal Carolina University

Waccamaw PauWau – Lindsay Weirich

On November 6th, a few friends and I headed out toward Aynor, South Carolina, to attend a Waccamaw PowWow with our Anth102 Understanding Other Cultures class. It was a bit chilly that day, but it did not deter people from coming. A … Continue reading

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Final week: final presentation. Meghan Mumford.

Today was a bittersweet day. It was bitter because our wonderful field school is over, but sweet in sense of accomplishment that accompanied the conclusion. I believe I speak for my fellow classmates when I say that the experience has … Continue reading

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Final week — last hours. Jess Hendrix.

It is 12:51 AM on Friday 9. All seven members of the team are here at Coastal’s Archaeology Lab in the Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies. We have been here since 9:00 AM on this morning, … Continue reading

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Lab work — Lindsey Weirich

Today was the first full day of lab work. Dr. Sharon Moses came from our Archaeology Department to show us how to draw artifacts like the pros. Also, Mr. Jim Smith came in to show us his amazing collection of … Continue reading

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Final week…

Analysis, artifact illustration lecture by special guest Dr. Sharon Moses, and report preparation made the temperatures rise in the laboratory today with all the brain power exerted. We also had a visit from Rusty Ray of Myrtle Beach’s Channel 13, … Continue reading

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Closing Day at the Site

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Week 4, Day 5 — Andrew Rayborn

Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge. Today was the last day we were going to do any excavations and the last day to do any work at the refuge because tomorrow we are going back home after packing up camp in the … Continue reading

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