Looking at Prehistory:
Indiana's Hoosier National Forest Region, 12,000 B.C. to 1650


Passport in Time (PIT) is a volunteer archaeology and historic preservation program of the USDA Forest Service. We invite you to work with professional archaeologists and historians on projects including archaeological excavation, rock art restoration, survey, archival research, historic structure restoration, gathering oral histories, or writing interpretive brochures. That's just a small sample! Volunteers have helped us stabilize ancient cliff dwellings in New Mexico, excavate a 10,000-year-old village site in Minnesota, restore a historic lookout tower in Oregon, clean vandalized rock art in Colorado, survey for sites in a rugged Montana wilderness, and excavate a 19th-century Chinese mining site in Hell's Canyon in Idaho. For more information contact your local National Forest or visit www.passportintime.com.

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Last Updated: 21-Nov-2008
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