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2012 Fall Field Day

25th Annual Archaeology Field Day

Fall Field Day 2012, Santee State Park, Santee, SC

The 25th Annual Fall Field Day will be held on October 20th 2012 at Santee State Park (http://www.southcarolinaparks.com/santee/introduction.aspx ). The Society is presenting a variety of activities for the benefit of members and the general public from 10:00 until 8:00. These activities include: lectures and exhibits by archaeologists working in South Carolina, archaeological excavations,, a tour of the Santee Mound (1:00), first skills (Primitive Technologies) demonstrations, and artifact identification. The admission fee for the general public is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 12-18, Free under 12. ASSC members are admitted for free. An auction benefiting the society will be held at noon with a graduate student grant-in-aid raffle following at 4:30. A lantern tour stopping at several campfires from the past will be held from 6-8pm . A performance by the Edisto River Singers will occur between 5:30 and 8

Underwater Archaeology and The Civil War in South Carolina

Sport Diver Archaeology Management Program

Display Table

Lecture (Hilton Head Island Wreck Project)

Diver Gear Demo and Shipwreck Mapping Station

Hobby Diver Tables (Joe Harvey & George Pledger)

Artifact Displays with focus on Civil War

Jim Spirek

Display Table

Lecture (Navy Wrecks/Harbor Survey)

Chris Amer, Ted Gregg, Bob Butler

Display Table

Lecture (CSS Pee Dee/Mars Bluff)

Johanna Rivera and Mike Scafuri (Hunley)

Display Table

Lecture (Hunley)

Scott Harris

Remote Sensing on water

Primitive Skills

Flintknapping and stone tool use - Sean Taylor

Making fire the hard way - Fuz Sanderson

Throwing Spears with an Atl-Atl - Roger Lindsay

Catawba Pottery - Keith "Little Bear" Brown

Historic Reenactors

18th century trader and Indian - Jason Smith and Jason Melius

French and Indian War soldiers - Ashley Chapman

Activities

Pottery refitting, archaeology bingo, and more- SCAPOD

Pottery making for kids - Bobby Southerlin and Dawn Reid

Artifact Identification - Tommy Charles, Al Goodyear

Site Excavations - SC State Parks

Posters and Exhibits

The Johannes Kolb Site-T-Shirt sales

PAST (Piedmont Archaeological Studies Trust)

SC State Historic Preservation Office

ASSC

Archaeological Consultants of the Carolinas

Brockington and Associates

Sales

ASSC publications

ASSC T-shirts

Auction Items donated so far include Suzanne Linder's book on the Great Pee Dee, A River in Time, a set of leather suitcases, a nice picnic basket, Jodi Barnes' book The Materiality of Freedom
Archaeologies of Postemancipation Life,
handmade pottery, a voucher for the SDAMP artifact Id workshop, and more.

Book table

Special Guests

The Edisto River Singers - Native American drummers and singers led by Chief Andy Spell

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