Course Detail: ARCHTRIP - Be an Archaeologist for a Day!
Join Dr. Charles Ewen at Brunswick Town State Historic Site, one of North Carolina's busiest ports during the colonial period and home to many of the state's early power brokers such as Governors William Tryon, and Arthur Dobbs, and Edward Moseley.

After lunch you can experience doing archaeology in a hands-on way by learning some excavation techniques. Or if you would rather just watch others work, you can have a front row seat and ask questions. Either way you'll have a unique experience.

Agenda
8:00 A.M--Depart from Greenville
11:00 A.M--Arrive in Brunswick Town / Ft. Anderson. Tour the site and hear a presentation on the project by Dr. Charles Ewen.
12:00 P.M--Catered lunch with the students.
1:00 P.M--Learn the ropes and dig with the archaeologists.
4:00 P.M.--Leave for Greenville
7:00P.M.--Arrive in Greenville

About Dr. Charles Ewen: Dr. Charles Ewen joined the faculty at ECU in 1994 and is a full professor in the Department of Anthropology as well as the Director of the Phelps Archaeology Laboratory. Dr. Ewen has excavated at several different sites around eastern North Carolina including Tryon Palace, Fort Macon, and Bath.

Register by: May 18, 2018

Registration fee: $125.00

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