Dig a hole 50 cm wide by 1 m long by 10 cm deep. Sounds pretty easy, right? Well, it...
Our last week of spring excavations at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park delivered another surprise and several new experiences for our...
It was another week full of activity out at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park. On Monday, with the help of our...
We had another great week of excavations at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park, searching for the bunkhouse foundation. Our southern and...
It’s been another week full of surprises at Glenbow. Monica Webster found the quest for the Glenbow bunkhouse irresistible and...
What a successful week out at Glenbow Ranch! Our continued search for the bunkhouse got off to a great start with...
Despite the chaotic weather, we had a successful second week of excavations. We opened a third unit full of artifacts with the...
The 2017 excavations started on the Glenbow Town and Quarry project. This week we began our search for the bunkhouse...
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September 2017 –
The Magical Science of Archaeology — Part Two: Context is the Window on the Past
July 2017 –
New Views of Glenbow: Magnetometry, Photogrammetry, and Laser Scans
Dec 2016 –
Christmases Past: Holiday Photos from Glenbow
July 2016 –
Wedded to Fashion: How Clothing Styles Reveal History
Dec 2015 –
Gifts from Gophers: Another Coincidence Occurs at Glenbow
November 2015 –
Old Stones and New Views: the Use of Futuristic Technology on an Historic Site
October 2015 –
Hunting for Ghostly Remains at Glenbow Workers’ Quarters
September 2015 –
Reining It In at Glenbow Ranch: Confessions of an Archaeologist
June 2014 –
Glenbow Town and Quarry Project
May 2014 –
Digging Up Stories in Your Own Backyard
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