The pictures at the bottom are supplemented by some really great time-lapse photography of various aspects of our fieldwork at Mystic Springs taken by Neal Collier and edited into a short silent film just below.
And below is a short video of a bunch of students sifting the last dirt from our last shovel test on a particularly hot day.
Still shots of some of our fieldwork during the latter part of last week, and some of the artifacts found, are below.
|As many hands as possible join to sift the last of the dirt.|
|Melissa and Michelle enjoying some cold watermelon brought by Neal.|
|The hard working Melody being supervised by the entire rest of the field school, watermelon in hand.|
|An intact medicine bottle dating to between 1915 and 1929.|
|A bottle neck from the same shovel test.|
|Prehistoric pottery, including Tucker Ridge Pinched and indefinite check stamped, possibly Wakulla or Deptford.|