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Featured Blog Posts

A New Discovery on Mulberry Row (Slightly Wonkish)

by Fraser D. Neiman Earlier this year, Monticello's archaeology team located the remains of a previously...More »

Archaeological Fieldwork Update: The Kitchen Road

by Fraser D. Neiman On Monday September 17, the archaeology department began the final phase of excavation required...More »

Archaeology on Mulberry Row – A Little History: Part 1

by Fraser D. Neiman Everyone knows that archaeologists dig. But it is less widely appreciated that just how they dig...More »

Archaeology on Mulberry Row – A Little History: Part 3

by Fraser D. Neiman In the third and final posting this series, we’ll briefly consider how the intellectual legacies...More »

Archaeology Site Updates at the Joiner's Shop

Monday - Friday, June 3 - July 11, 2014 (except June 6 and July 4)
1 pm and 3 pm

Learn about our current archaeological field research at the Joiner’s Shop on Mulberry Row as it is being conducted by the Monticello-University of Virginia Archaeological Field School.  The Joiner’s Shop was the structure in which highly-skilled free and enslaved craftsmen manufactured decorative woodwork and furniture for Jefferson’s mansion during the 18th and 19th centuries. Each day, Monticello’s archaeologists will give two short talks (at 1 pm and 3 pm) on the history of the Joiner’s Shop as well as the basics of archaeological research design, soils, stratigraphy, excavation strategies, our latest discoveries, and how they fit into our larger understanding of changing life ways at Monticello.

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