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Virginia Archaeology Month 2021

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2021 Archaeology Month Poster
2021 Archaeology Month Poster.

Every October, Virginia celebrates archaeology through special events and programs at libraries, museums, historical societies, clubs, and at active archaeological sites. See the Calendar of Events for October 2021. The theme of DHR’s 2021 Archaeology Month poster is “Black Scholarship Across Time” and it features a historic image (from UVa's Jackson Davis Collection) of student and teachers in a classroom circa 1930 (the school is not identified) and a recent photograph of archaeologists excavating a pit at the Woodville (Rosenwald) School in Gloucester County. The flip side of the poster presents a photographic compilation of 63 Black, segregation-era schools listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places. DHR is currently compiling an October Calendar of Events for Archaeology Month that we will post to our website. For more information about archaeology month, or to add an event to the calendar contact Laura Galke, Chief Curator, State Archaeology Division (804 /482-6441). To receive a free copy of this year’s poster, please fill out the form below.

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