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Archeologist

Email: r***@***.edu
Southern Oregon University
1250 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, Oregon 97520
United States

Company Description: Southern Oregon University is a contemporary public liberal arts and sciences university located in Ashland, Ore. Named a "hidden gem" of higher education by the...   more
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As per state law, SOU archeologist ...
jacksonvillereview.com [cached]
As per state law, SOU archeologist Chelsea Rose was called-in for further exploration.
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Pictured here: Chelsea Rose (next to Santa,) Jorden Peery, Matt Macfarlane and Katie Johnson (upper row.) This summer, Roe and her team spent several weeks excavating portions of West Main Street and discovered a treasure-trove of artifacts which will soon be on public display!
Southern Oregon University archaeologist ...
www.kval.com, 22 Oct 2010 [cached]
Southern Oregon University archaeologist Chelsea Rose holds the bowl of a 1850's clay pipe found near the site of the Peter Britt log cabin, Tuesday Oct. 19, 2010. (AP Photo/Medford Mail Tribune, Bob Pennell)
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"We are confident it is the cabin site - we've found evidence that clicked everything into place," said Chelsea Rose, staff archaeologist at Southern Oregon University's Laboratory of Anthropology who led last month's dig.
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The researchers, including a group of SOU archaeology students and Southern Oregon Historical Society volunteers, were tipped by the presence of two old garbage sites which would not have been placed so close to the house, Rose said.
"The middens (refuse sites) were in weird spots from where the house stood," she said, adding that the test digs confirmed they had located the old cabin site.
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Like the one from the Britt cabin, the pipe from the Jennison cabin depicts a man with a long beard and tall fur hat, Rose said. The pipes appear to have been mass produced, she added.
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The work by Rose and her crew was essential in achieving that goal, he said, adding that future archaeological projects depend on available funding.
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The archaeologists and SOHS volunteers are working with the city to discover everything they can about Jacksonville's most famous resident, Rose said.
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In addition to the old pipe bowl, other artifacts found on the site included dishes, parts of ceramic dolls, countless square nails and bones from wild animals that had been butchered, Rose said.
"We found a lot of elk and deer bones - wild game bones," she said. "In the early 1850s, there wouldn't have been much development."
From 1:00 to 3:00, Time Team ...
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From 1:00 to 3:00, Time Team America's Chelsea Rose will join producers Bruce Barrow and Catherine Stimac (OPB) to screen clips from the new season of Time Team America and answer audience questions.
OPB Pressroom Releases and Images for Time Team America
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Pictured: TIME TEAM AMERICA’s lead digger Chelsea Rose at work at Fort Raleigh.
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TIME TEAM AMERICA digging team leader Chelsea Rose and digging team member Jeff Brown carefully sift through the soil as they excavate at Fort Raleigh National Park on Roanoke Island.
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TIME TEAM AMERICA's digging team leader Chelsea Rose excavates in rock-hard soil at Topper, South Carolina, searching for signs that people made stone tools here more than 20,000 years ago.
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TIME TEAM AMERICA archaeologists Dr. Joe Watkins (left) and Dr. Julie Schablitsky (right) with lead digger Chelsea Rose (center) at Fort James, South Dakota.
Time Team America archaeologists from ...
www.durangoherald.com, 11 June 2012 [cached]
Time Team America archaeologists from left, Chelsea Rose, Joe Watkins and Allan Maca point out parts of a pithouse under excavation to series producer Bruce Barrow, with Greg Bond, working the camera and William Ward recording sound on Wednesday at Crow Canyon. Durango-based videographer Scott Davis, who was hired to assist at the shoot for the PBS show, looks on in the background.
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Time Team America archaeologists from left, Chelsea Rose, Joe Watkins and Allan Maca point out parts of a pithouse under excavation to series producer Bruce Barrow, with Greg Bond, working the camera and William Ward recording sound on Wednesday at Crow Canyon.
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While filming at Crow Canyon Archaeology Center on Wednesday, Chelsea Rose, an archaeologist with Time Team America, tries out a replica bow and arrow similar to those possibly used thousands of years ago. Rose was delighted when she hit the target pinned to a hay bale.
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While filming at Crow Canyon Archaeology Center on Wednesday, Chelsea Rose, an archaeologist with Time Team America, tries out a replica bow and arrow similar to those possibly used thousands of years ago. Rose was delighted when she hit the target pinned to a hay bale.
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