All Exhibits

Welcome to the Archaeology Roadshow virtual exhibits, created by our community partners — including tribes, federal and state agencies, private companies, avocational organizations, museums, and Portland State University students.

Late Prehistoric Bison Hunters in Southeastern Oregon

Video by Scott Thomas, Retired Bureau of Land Management District Archaeologist

A Bird’s Eye View: Waterways and Lifeways on Oregon’s National Wildlife Refuges

StoryMap by Patrick Rennaker and Virginia Parks, Archaeologists, U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Net Weight Manufacture and Use in the Pacific Northwest

Blog and Videos by Archaeological Investigations Northwest, Inc.

RockArt & Global Consciousness: Communication Graphics & Understanding

Video by Portland State University Student J. Wallace

Indigenous Women and Pre-Contact Rock Art in the Northern Plains Region

Emily Van Alst, Indiana University, Part of the 2022 Archaeology Roadshow

Archaeology of the Portland Area

Virginia L. Butler, Portland State University, Part of the 2021 Archaeology Roadshow

Rock Art Recording

Video by the Oregon Archaeological Society

Oregon’s Water: What Coyote Can Teach Us

Video recorded live December 8, 2021 as part of the Champinefu Webinar Series

Indigenous Perspectives on Archaeology and Heritage

A panel by Indigenous leaders from the Burns Paiute Tribe, Chinook Indian Nation, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, and Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Part of the 2021 Archaeology Roadshow

Archaeology on Tap: 4 Half Hour Presentations on Eastern Oregon’s Ancient and More Recent History

4, Half Hour Presentations on Eastern Oregon’s Ancient and More Recent History, Part of the 2021 Archaeology Roadshow

Ni-les’tun: A Look Back in Time

Created by Portland State University Student Rand Michie

The Scars of History: Mapping Oregon’s Cascade Mountains

Video by the Oregon Heritage Tree Program

Mystery of the Missing Wapato in the Northern Great Basin

Video by Lane Community College and the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Clovis Age Artifacts in Southeastern Oregon

Video by Scott Thomas, Retired Bureau of Land Management District Archaeologist

RockArt & Global Consciousness: Communication Graphics & Understanding

Video by Portland State University Student J. Wallace

Indigenous Perspectives on Archaeology and Heritage

A panel by Indigenous leaders from the Burns Paiute Tribe, Chinook Indian Nation, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, and Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Part of the 2021 Archaeology Roadshow

Mystery of the Missing Wapato in the Northern Great Basin

Video by Lane Community College and the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Late Prehistoric Bison Hunters in Southeastern Oregon

Video by Scott Thomas, Retired Bureau of Land Management District Archaeologist

Indigenous Women and Pre-Contact Rock Art in the Northern Plains Region

Emily Van Alst, Indiana University, Part of the 2022 Archaeology Roadshow

Net Weight Manufacture and Use in the Pacific Northwest

Blog and Videos by Archaeological Investigations Northwest, Inc.

Archaeology of the Portland Area

Virginia L. Butler, Portland State University, Part of the 2021 Archaeology Roadshow

Clovis Age Artifacts in Southeastern Oregon

Video by Scott Thomas, Retired Bureau of Land Management District Archaeologist

The Scars of History: Mapping Oregon’s Cascade Mountains

Video by the Oregon Heritage Tree Program

Ni-les’tun: A Look Back in Time

Created by Portland State University Student Rand Michie

A Bird’s Eye View: Waterways and Lifeways on Oregon’s National Wildlife Refuges

StoryMap by Patrick Rennaker and Virginia Parks, Archaeologists, U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Archaeology on Tap: 4 Half Hour Presentations on Eastern Oregon’s Ancient and More Recent History

4, Half Hour Presentations on Eastern Oregon’s Ancient and More Recent History, Part of the 2021 Archaeology Roadshow

Oregon’s Water: What Coyote Can Teach Us

Video recorded live December 8, 2021 as part of the Champinefu Webinar Series

Rock Art Recording

Video by the Oregon Archaeological Society

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