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Background Information

Employment History

Archaeologist

Wasatch-Cache National Forest


Ranger District Archaeologist

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest


Archeologist On the Ely District

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest


Affiliations

Nevada Archaeological Association

Board Member


Web References(8 Total References)


www.archaeology.org

With this potential in mind, we asked Tom Flanigan, zombie eradication expert for the U.S. Forestry Service, to draw up a contingency plan for us--see his report below.Tom Flanigan demonstrates trowel technique for zombie eradication.by Tom Flanigan Tom Flanigan, Archaeologist, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, UtahFlanigan, T., and T. Lewis.2004 Clearing the Nest: Vampires in the Nevada Desert.Report on file at the U.S.Forest Service, Ely, Nevada


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Archeologist Tom Flanigan (left) receives Forest Service "Windows on the Past" award from Ely District Ranger Pat Irwin.Tom Flanigan, Archeologist on the Ely District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, has received the Forest Service Intermountain Region "Windows on the Past" Award for his work conserving and protecting archeological resources on the district, and for - Thursday, Feb 5, 2004


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Wild Nevada: Dave Santina, Fred Frampton, Chris Orr, Tom FlaniganOn this trip, we have the chance to accompany Fred Frampton and Tom Flanigan of the U.S.Tom tells us that this place was also known as Mourner's Point - for obvious reasons. Visiting historic sites like the Ghost Trail is an enjoyable way of exploring our past, but as Fred and Tom have reminded us on this trip, it is so important to leave them intact and in good condition.Tom Flanigan, Ely Ranger District Archaeologist, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest


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Tom Flanigan Member at Large, Ely >


www.archaeology.org

With this potential in mind, we asked Tom Flanigan, zombie eradication expert for the U.S. Forestry Service, to draw up a contingency plan for us--see his report below.
Tom Flanigan demonstrates trowel technique for zombie eradication. by Tom Flanigan Tom Flanigan, Archaeologist, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah Flanigan, T., and T. Lewis. 2004 Clearing the Nest: Vampires in the Nevada Desert. Report on file at the U.S. Forest Service, Ely, Nevada


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