Roadshow Exhibitors

Many thanks to our fantastic exhibitors who’ve made and continue to make this roadshow possible.


Lucy Begay (Confederated Tribes & Bands of Yakama Nation), land acknowledgment
Visitor Survey. Tell us what you think!
Expert Panel. Learn more about your personal object from an Expert
Throw an Atlatl Spear! Hosted by Anan Raymond
Flintknapping: Learn how stone tools are made! Hosted by Dan Stueber
King of Roads: Authors Michael Friend and John Hardham will be on hand to sign copies of their book. *Screening of King of Roads will take place on the half hour (first showing 11:30 am).


A Roadmap to Your Career in Archaeology
Association of Oregon Archaeologists

Barlow Road: From Animal Path to Wagon Road
Mt. Hood National Forest

CTUIR – DNR, CRPP First Foods
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Department of Natural Resources,
Cultural Resources Protection Program

The Dalles to Sandy Wagon Road
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

Following The Canyon City Road
Chronicle Heritage

Highway to the Power Zone
Bonneville Power Administration

Historic Columbia River Highway
Friends of the Historic Columbia River Highway

Historic Highways and Middle Columbia River History
Maryhill Museum of Art

Ichishkín Language Arts
Columbia River Institute for Indigenous Development Foundation

Like a Boiling Stone
Washington State University Graduate Student Kate Shantry

McClellan’s Trail
US Forest Service

Oregon Archaeological Society

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District

Warm Springs GeoVisions


Layers of Dialog: Understanding History Through Stories
Brandon Gilliland

Spanish Galleon Trade Ships on The Oregon Coast
Naomi Bojorquez

A Trolley of Changes
David Winkler and Megan Borns

Tourism Through Time
Karryn Pillay and Marianna Osorio

Ceramic Deathmatch: Which is Victorious?
Matthew Bonham

Exploration of the Art and Craft of Mosaic Creation
Justine Spencer and Zach Nelson

Archaeology of Pilgrimages
Jessica Wiercx

Southern Paiute Transportation in the Grand Canyon
Maiya Osife

Off-site exhibit in downtown, The Dalles
210 E. 1st St.  

Archaeology & History of the Wing Hong Hai Building
Friends of The Dalles Chinatown and Oregon Chinese Diaspora Project
A 1918 Stanley Steamer Car on display here too!  


Sam Robinson (Chinook Indian Nation). Welcome Blessing.
Visitor Survey. Tell us what you think! (PSU Graduate Student)
Expert Panel. Learn more about your personal object from an Expert.
Kids Activity (U.S. Fish & Wildlife). Go on a scavenger hunt. Make a button.
Atlatl Throw (U.S. Fish & Wildlife).

Where’d That Arrow Come From? Moving Stone Tools From There To Here.
Applied Archaeological Research

Early Social Networking: Exploring Transportation, Travel, & Trade in Oregon through Obsidian.
Archaeological Investigations Northwest, Inc.

A Roadmap to Your Career in Archaeology.
Association of Oregon Archaeologists

Highway to the Power Zone.
Bonneville Power Administration

Moving through Time: the History of Transportation on Your Public Lands.
Bureau of Land Management & &

History & Culture of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde.
Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Historic Preservation Office

Land of Ports: Trade, Transport, and Travel: A Public Interpretive Display for
Portland International Airport.

Roadcuts, Rocks, Bones and More.
Geological Society of the Oregon Country (GSOC)

Colonial Forts & the Flow of Goods.
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, National Park Service

Get Involved with Archaeology
Oregon Archaeological Society

Following the Canyon City Road.

Cooking with Hot Rocks.
Portland State University Student

Dogs in Precontact North America.
Portland State University Student

Learning By Doing – Experimental Pottery.
Portland State University Student

Ship: Wrecked. The Beeswax Wreck Mystery.
Portland State University Student

Build a Fire and More.
Rewild Portland


Visitor Survey. Tell us what you think! (PSU Graduate Student)
Expert Panel. Learn more about your personal object from an Expert.
“Touch Table”. Handle real artifacts, check out the dog and salmon skeletons!
Scavenger Hunt: Learn about jobs in Archaeology (Deschutes Historical Museum & ASCO).
Scavenger Hunt: Explore the Archaeology of Transportation & make a button. (U.S. Fish & Wildlife).
Throw an Atlatl Spear! (U.S. Fish & Wildlife).
Sample Local Beer!

An Untested Route to the Valley – the Free Emigrant Road.
Deschutes National Forest

Learn About Archaeology from the Archaeological Society of Central Oregon.

Learn About Some of the Coolest Geology in the World.
Central Oregon Geoscience Society

Get Involved with Archaeology.
Oregon Archaeological Society

Following the Canyon City Road.

Now’s the Time to Explore the Historic Huntington Road and Klamath Trail.
Deschutes Historical Museum

Lithic Tools of the Western Stemmed Tradition (Dating back over 10,000 yrs!).
University of Nevada Reno’s Great Basin Paleoindian Research Unit

The University of Oregon Museum of Natural & Cultural History Archaeology Field School Program.

Warm Springs GeoVisions



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