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Chelsea Rose – Museum of Natural and Cultural History Archaeology Lecture Series

 

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October is Archaeology Month in Oregon! The Museum of Natural and Cultural History is pleased to present its annual Archaeology Lecture Series as part of the statewide celebration.

A Portrait of the Past — Archaeological Views on the Life of Peter Britt

Chelsea Rose, Staff Archaeologist at Southern Oregon University, discusses recent archaeological work conducted at the house and formal gardens of Peter Britt, who came to Jacksonville in 1852 and was instrumental in the formation of the culture and identity of the Rogue Valley. Learn about the remains uncovered there, and how they reflect the private life of this very public person.

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