Posts Tagged ‘ Field School ’

MPMRC 17th Century Encampment – 2016!

Photo’s from the MPMRC’s 3rd Annual 17th Century Encampment! The 3rd Annual 17th Century Encampment was held on the museum farmstead on June 24 and 25, 2016! Over 50 Native American, European, and African American reenactors and historical interprtors joined us for this two day event where the visitors experienced different aspects of 17th Century life! This […]



Last Call for 2016 Battlefield Field School!

Our 2016 Battlefield Archaeology Field School is about to begin!   The annual Pre-contact and Battlefield UConn Field Schools will begin the field season in a few weeks at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center. They will learn archaeology field techniques and methods to apply at pre-contact and later historic sites.   Space is still […]



Summer 2014 Battlefield Field School Underway!

Update: our 2014 UConn Battlefield Archaeology Field School is underway! Students are currently excavating the second half of the second phase of the Battle of Mistick Fort. The area the students are excavating covers approximately 10-15 acres, and is the site of a battle between the Pequot and the retreating English and Native allied force. This battlefield […]



2014 Battlefield Archaeology Field School

2014 UConn Field School in Battlefield Archaeology May 28 through July 3, 2014 Sponsored by: UConn Department of Anthropology Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program The University of Connecticut and Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center will offer a field school in battlefield archaeology at a seventeenth century battlefield from the […]



Archaeology Field Schools with UConn

Summer 2013: our FOURTH Battlefield Archaeology Field School! By working together, the University of Connecticut, the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center and Kevin McBride (MPMRC research director and UConn associate professor of anthropology) the Pequot War project has become more than just research; it has become the teacher. Over 150 university students have experienced archaeology on 17th century battlefields […]



A Successful Field School Summer

The 2010 University of Connecticut Battlefield Archaeology Field School has come to an end, and a successful summer it was! Nine university students from six states, as far as Iowa, migrated to Mystic, Connecticut and to the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center for eight weeks. During one of the hottest New England summers on […]