During the course of our work, some projects stand out as worthy of public
interpretation.  Click on the buttons at left or one of the pictures to learn more about
these projects.

It may be the discovery and analysis of thousands of years of prehistory at the Elem
Reservation, the cataloging of 5 tons of artifacts from San Luis Obispo's Chinatown,
the historic evaluation of a Napa County mercury mine, or the analysis of materials
from an 1880's outhouse used by an all-girls convent school.  

The pages in this section provide a look at those special discoveries.
Special Projects
Site maintained as a public service by Archaeological Research, PO Box 1353, Lucerne, CA 95458.
Contact: dr.john@wolfcreekarcheology.com
History and Prehistory of Lake County
and Beyond
Plan view of convent school outhouse vault
Abalone owl pendant
Chinese man from San Luis Obispo
1950's Corona Mine, Napa County