Web site title: Stanford University research at the Presidio of San Francisco Tennessee Hollow Watershed Archeological Project

 

 

 


After The Dig
ARCHAEOLOGY LABORATORY OPEN HOUSE
June 20 –June 23, 2005

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Después de la Excavación

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de Tennessee Hollow Watershed

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  Monday, June 20, at 1pm: Gathering at El Polín Springs. Marie Knetzger, who traces her ancestry to the Briones and Miramontes families that once lived at El Polín Springs, is organizing a gathering at El Polín Springs on the first day of the Stanford laboratory project. After meeting at El Polín Springs and talking about the history of the site and its archaeology, those who are interested can next go to the Presidio Archaeology Lab to view artifacts from the site. Everyone is welcome to join this gathering.

Thursday, June 23, 7-8pm Free Evening Lecture and Book Signing "Spanish Colonial LIfe on the Anza Trail" By Don Garate Chief of Interpretation and History at Tumacacori National Historical Park  Arizona
For more information www.presidio.gov or 415/561-5500

Friday, June 24, 1:00-4:00pm and 7:00-9:00pm : Presidio Pasados, Commemorating the Presidio's Past through Music, Dance, and Lore. Held at the Officers Club (Building 50) in the Main Post area of the Presidio, this annual event features family activities in the afternoon and a musical fandango in the evening. Stanford archaeologists will be there to share the findings of our research. For more information, visit the Presidio Trust website: http://www.presidio.gov/Visiting/Events/Pasados05.htm

Monday, June 27, 11 a.m. to Noon : Los Californianos Annual Celebration. Meet at the Pershing Square flag pole across from the Presidio Officers Club.