Monthly Archives: December 2012

All I Want for Christmas… A Children’s Plate From Saratoga National Historical Park

In the midst of the holiday season, many Americans pack the malls after work and browse online shopping sites for the perfect gifts for their loved ones.  Gifts are an exciting part of the holidays, especially for young children, who … Continue reading

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Sounds of the Season

Usually when we move boxes of archeological collections, we don’t want to hear any noise coming from inside the box. Sound usually means artifacts have been poorly packaged and are bumping into one another, or worse yet, some squeaky creature … Continue reading

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