IT'S PEOPLE WHO MAKE THIS PROJECT WORK

The Chinatown lab project began June 1997.  By August of 2014, volunteers had
logged 14,475 hours of artifact sorting, cataloging, and curation (the equivalent of
$579,000 worth of work for the City of San Luis Obispo).

Though more than 250 volunteers were involved, the top 11 were: John Parker (1,932
hrs), Judy Westcott (1,584 hrs), JoAnn Heaney (1,260 hrs), Evelyn Baxley (823 hrs),
Don Martin (828 hrs), Jo Harth (747 hrs), Diana Minnix (641 hrs), Jane Bailey (390
hrs), Roxanna Griggs (368 hrs), Jeanne Smith (267 hrs), and Dorothy Kirkpatrick (247
hrs).
Site maintained as a public service by Archaeological Research, PO Box 1353, Lucerne, CA 95458.
Contact: dr.john@wolfcreekarcheology.com
Lab Volunteers
History and Prehistory of Lake County
and Beyond
Stoneware
Wu Bowls
Adornment
Opium Use
Historic Features
L to R: Judy Westcott, Don Martin, Diana Minnix, JoAnn Heaney, Jo Harth, Dr. Parker, Jeanne Smith, Cheyanne Parker, Jane Bailey,
Student volunteers from Santa Lucia School
Boy Scouts working on their archaeology merit badge
Cal Poly Asian Fraternaty Student volunteers
Dr. Parker sorting and piecing together Chinese stoneware