For a video of our work, please take a look at the following, provided by Oregon Field Guide:
sponsored by a science advocacy group that is concerned with presenting facts, and not fiction
Sponsored by the Oregon Archaeological Society, a public interest group.
A “public library” stocked with the most recent science, from pathogens to potential cures
Be sure to look for postings by Dennis Stanford and Betty Meggers (this is the Smithsonian website)
A website for the Archaeological Legacy–great local & international information
great information about the late Ice Age animals and people of the McMinnville area.
Our sincere thanks to the Barrier Corporation in Tigard and Hertz rentals in McMinnville. Their help allowed us to successfully complete the first phase of our investigation of the Yamhill River area of McMinnville, as discussed in the above site.
Also, while not archaeological, please take a moment to visit: http://www.iafi.org/trail.html If you have ever wondered about the Missoula (Bretz) floods, and the effect on much of the Northwest, take a look at this sitewww.oregon-archaeology.com and www.echoes-in-time.com two great sites on Oregon archaeology and history
http://www.uiweb.uidaho.edu/LS/AACC/ This is a wonderful site, with lots of information about Asian populations, here and around the world. Everything from the cultures of antiquity to modern populations are featured.
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alison_Stenger/ will take you to “ResearchGate”, a website for researchers. Over 300,000 members are listed, and job openings are posted there.
New: www.oasisnet.org/portland a listing of upcoming talks, for an interested public to attend! A wonderful resource.
http://www.secondchanceranch.org If you care about animals, please take a look at this site.