RAHI Archaeology Field School

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RAHI and the Tanana Chiefs Conference are offering an opportunity for students to spend two weeks at an archaeological dig site near Healy Lake, Alaska. Students will work alongside professional archaeologists from Alaska and Texas A&M University. This is the third summer for the program.

Students traveled to Healy Lake in Interior Alaska. Living in tents, the group will spent their days working at the site and evenings learning how to make tools that may have been used at the time of occupation as well as local history. 

2014 Archaeology Field School video

2013 Archaeology Field School videos

Click here for the 2 ˝ minute version.

Click here for the 20 minute version.

Archaeology featured in the Anchorage Daily News

Click here for the Anchorage Daily News article on the project

We are grateful for the support provided by New York Life and the National Science Foundation for this program.

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