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  • Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    News Archive Directions to Our Offices Transportation CRM Compliance MOAs and Pas IDOT Project Notification System IDOT Projects American Bottom Field Station Fairview Heights Central Illinois Field Office Champaign Northern Illinois Field Station Rockford Western Illinois Field Station Macomb Jacksonville IDOT Historic Bridges Survey IDOT ISAS Resources New Mississippi River Bridge Project East St Louis A Tale of Two Cities Feature 2000 East St Louis Mound Center Office of the Illinois State Archaeologist Research Archaeobotany Bioarchaeology Ceramics Faunal Geophysics GIS Historics Lithics Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials Public Engagement Exhibits Public Partnerships Documenting Collections Archaeological Videos Web Resources Donations Illinois Archaeological Organizations Collections Collections Policies Non Staff Use Staff Use Image Use Policy Outloans Acceptance Fees for Non ISAS Collections Joint Exhibit Request Procedures Cahokia Cataloging and Rehousing Project CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet Home Looting Ongoing Issue for Archaeological Sites ISAS and Forest Preserve District of Cook County Partner Up with Greencorps ISAS Archaeologists Dig in Historical Sangamo Town Alli Huber wins Jeanette Stephens Award ISAS Makes Use of 3D Profiler at Material Research Laboratory Jim Felke of Rochester IN donated Fisher component sherds from the Fifield site Geophysical Testing at Fort De Chartres Victims of Human Sacrifice at Cahokia Were Locals Not Foreign Captives Study Finds The Ancient Bobkitten Buried Like A Human ISAS Videos Current Research Summaries of interesting CRM testing and data recovery investigations undertaken Click here for IDOT CRM projects ISAS also engages in research activities including sponsoring directing and conducting research into the archaeology of the state Click here for more research information Published Articles Paleoindian Colonization of the Recently Deglaciated Great Lakes Mobility and Technological Organization in Eastern Wisconsin by John M Lambert and Thomas J Loebel The

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  • About ISAS - Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    Staff Use Image Use Policy Outloans Acceptance Fees for Non ISAS Collections Joint Exhibit Request Procedures Cahokia Cataloging and Rehousing Project CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet About ISAS ISAS Central Offices For over 80 years the University of Illinois has studied the state s archaeological heritage ISAS incorporates that knowledge in its programs to protect preserve and interpret these irreplaceable and non renewable resources within the context of Illinois need to encourage and promote sustainable development ISAS conducts multiple scale field and laboratory research projects that concentrate on interpreting the archaeological heritage of Illinois The quality of this research has been recognized by three national awards and has produced a 28 volume University of Illinois Press series hailed as a major landmark in North American archaeology Furthermore ISAS disseminates information for professional and public audiences through publications educational exhibits lectures school visits displays and electronic media An integral part of ISAS s mission includes the curation of extensive archaeological research and museum quality collections that include artifacts from over 3 000 Illinois sites ISAS actively partners with numerous public interest organizations to preserve archaeological sites in conservation areas and parks across the state ISAS is especially interested in working cooperatively with Illinois businesses to aid in incorporating heritage management and preservation into sustainable economic development Dr Thomas Emerson Director State Archaeologist ISAS occupies large central facilities on the edge of the University of Illinois campus that include administrative offices computer and GIS facilities processing and research laboratories and significant lithic ceramic and ethnobotanical comparative collections The Survey curates major prehistoric and historic archaeological collections from massive transportation archaeology projects and early Cahokia Mounds World Heritage site collections from the excavations of A R Kelly W K Moorehead

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  • Our History - Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    the Cahokia Mounds site near St Louis Subsequently Moorehead initiated a mound expedition to explore and record the mounds of the Illinois River valley thus highlighting the valley s rich archaeological remains associated with the Hopewell culture Moorehead was a central figure in establishing early archaeological agendas across the state undertaking extensive explorations in the Illinois River Valley and at Cahokia He played a dominant role in bringing the Cahokia Mound site to public notice and convincing the state legislature to purchase the central core of the site in the 1920s Initially archeological endeavors at the university were carried out under the auspices of the Museum of Natural History MNH where the collections were housed In the late 1950s Dr John McGregor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology played a key role in establishing the structure of Illinois archaeology for years to come In 1956 he took the lead in bringing the professional archaeological community together to form the not for profit Illinois Archaeological Survey IAS to promote and regulate professional conduct facilitate research and record archaeological resources The IAS also played a role in joining with the university and the Illinois Department of Transportation IDOT to create a transportation archaeology program to conduct highway salvage work For nearly three decades the transportation archaeology program operated under the direction of Professor Charles J Bareis In 1994 this program was reorganized to create the Illinois Transportation Archaeological Research Program under the direction of Dr Thomas E Emerson This program has now been incorporated into the ISAS During this same period Dr McGregor was instrumental in the formation of a separate Department of Anthropology in 1960 With the creation of Department of Anthropology most archaeological endeavors and stewardship of the collections were transferred from the MNH By the early 1960s Department members Professor Charles Bareis and Professor Donald Lathrap were conducting major Cahokia related field schools and excavations Bareis Cahokia Mounds field schools laboratory and surveying courses became required for any archaeology student at the university and through those students he had a worldwide impact on field archaeology The late 1970s were a dynamic period at the university marked by a burst of activities in terms of campus interdisciplinary research as well as an expansion of statewide archaeological cultural resource investigations It was during this period 1977 that the Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials ATAM program was created by a multidisciplinary group to further archaeometric studies In the late 1970s the university acted as the prime contractor with Bareis as the principal investigator for the renowned IDOT funded FAI 270 Archaeological Mitigation Project This project set new standards for cultural resource management research in the United States and its publications including 28 influential volumes on American Bottom prehistory and Cahokia related sites are well known throughout the world That field research continues today more than three decades after it was initiated Prof Charles J Bareis Director 1959 1993 Charles Bareis was an important figure in North American archaeology and his research

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  • Contact Us - Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    Exhibits Public Partnerships Documenting Collections Archaeological Videos Web Resources Donations Illinois Archaeological Organizations Collections Collections Policies Non Staff Use Staff Use Image Use Policy Outloans Acceptance Fees for Non ISAS Collections Joint Exhibit Request Procedures Cahokia Cataloging and Rehousing Project CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet About ISAS Our History Contact Us Staff Directory ISAS Annual Reports Employment News Archive Directions to Our Offices Transportation CRM Compliance MOAs and Pas IDOT Project Notification System IDOT Projects American Bottom Field Station Fairview Heights Central Illinois Field Office Champaign Northern Illinois Field Station Rockford Western Illinois Field Station Macomb Jacksonville IDOT Historic Bridges Survey IDOT ISAS Resources New Mississippi River Bridge Project East St Louis A Tale of Two Cities Feature 2000 East St Louis Mound Center Office of the Illinois State Archaeologist Research Archaeobotany Bioarchaeology Ceramics Faunal Geophysics GIS Historics Lithics Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials Public Engagement Exhibits Public Partnerships Documenting Collections Archaeological Videos Web Resources Donations Illinois Archaeological Organizations Collections Collections Policies Non Staff Use Staff Use Image Use Policy Outloans Acceptance Fees for Non ISAS Collections Joint Exhibit Request Procedures Cahokia Cataloging and Rehousing Project CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet Contact Us ISAS Offices email us at isas illinois edu Central Offices 23 E Stadium Drive 209 Nuclear Physics Lab Champaign IL 61820 email isas illinois edu phone 217 244 4244 Killarney Research Annex 726 W Killarney St Urbana IL 61801 phone 217 607 5283 American Bottom Field Station 1510 N 89th Street Fairview Heights IL 62208 618 394 0221 Central Illinois Field Station 732 W Killarney St Urbana IL 61801 217 607 0904 Northern Illinois Field Station 6810 Forest Hills

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  • Staff Directory - Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    300 4437 Evans Madeleine Senior Lithic Analyst mgarceau illinois edu 217 244 7487 Farkas Michael GIS GPS Coordinator Project Notification System Manager mgfarkas illinois edu 217 244 6706 Fortier Dr Andrew Associate Director Special Projects fortier illinois edu 217 333 0867 French Wendy Survey Affiliate wfrench illinois edu Hemrich Veronica Archaeological Project Coordinator hemrich illinois edu 217 300 3059 Jackson Doug Survey Affiliate dkjackso illinois edu 217 333 8232 King Mary Archaeobotanist maryking illinois edu 217 300 3061 Kozuch Dr Laura Curator lkozuch illinois edu 217 333 0263 Lewis Mike Network Administrator lewis1 illinois edu 217 244 8883 Loebel Dr Thomas Cultural Resources Coordinator tjl2 illinois edu 217 244 7697 McCullough Dr Robert Senior Research Archaeologist mccullor illinois edu 217 244 8795 McElrath Dale Survey Affiliate dmcelrat illinois edu 217 333 0667 Pankey Janice Office Manager jpankey illinois edu 217 244 4244 Patton Angie Video and Production Specialist apatton2 illinois edu 217 300 3055 Pauketat Dr Timothy Survey Affiliate pauketat illinois edu 217 244 8818 Schaefer Dr Kimberly Research Archaeobotanist kaschaef illinois edu Simon Mary Senior Archaeobotanist msimon1 illinois edu 217 333 0854 Smith Rose Production Assistant rjsmth illinois edu 217 300 0162 Stelle Lenville Survey Affiliate ljstelle illinois edu Tufano Adam Archaeological Assistant atufan2 illinois edu 217 244 4244 Wurl Kim Archaeological Assistant wurl illinois edu 217 300 3069 Zelin Alexey Ceramic Analyst azelin illinois edu 217 300 3063 Central Illinois Field Station 732 W Killarney St Urbana IL 61801 217 607 0904 Smith Dan District Archaeologist dan1976 illinois edu 217 607 0904 Barnes Mike Staff Archaeologist mrbarnes illinois edu 217 607 0904 Skadden Spencer Archaeological Survey Supervisor skadden2 illinois edu 217 607 0904 Killarney Research Annex Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials ATAM 726 W Killarney St Urbana IL 61801 217 607 5283 Hedman Dr Kristin M ATAM Associate Director Physical Anthropologist khedman illinois edu 217 607 5283 Hargrave Eve Skeletal Analyst ehargrav illinois edu 217 300 1920 Hynes Mary R Bioarchaeology Collections Specialist mhynes illinois edu 217 607 5283 Kuehn Steve Faunal Analyst skuehn illinois edu 217 607 5283 American Bottom Field Station ABFS 1510 N 89th Street Fairview Heights IL 62208 618 394 0221 Fax 618 394 0225 Brennan Dr Tamira Coordinator tbrennan illinois edu 618 394 0221 Betzenhauser Dr Alleen Senior Research Archaeologist betzenhauser a gmail com 618 394 0221 Blodgett Daniel Archaeological Assistant dfblodge illinois edu 618 394 0221 Boles Steve Research Archaeologist slboles illinois edu 618 394 0221 Burns James Archaeological Technician jburns1 illinois edu 618 394 0221 DuMey Lois Archaeological General Supervisor lmdumey illinois edu 618 394 0221 Durst Pat Statewide Coordinator pdurst illinois edu 618 394 0221 Galloy Dr Joseph Research Coordinator galloy illinois edu 618 394 0221 Hertel Mera Graphic Designer mahertel illinois edu 618 394 0221 Lansdell Brent Research Archaeologist mblansd illinois edu 618 394 0221 Leady Lucas Archaeological and Information Technology Specialist lleady illinois edu 618 394 0221 Nash Lenna Skeletal Analyst lmn illinois edu 618 394 0221 Rohe Robert Assistant Research Archaeologist robert rohe gmail com

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  • ISAS Annual Reports - Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    Fees for Non ISAS Collections Joint Exhibit Request Procedures Cahokia Cataloging and Rehousing Project CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet About ISAS Our History Contact Us Staff Directory ISAS Annual Reports Employment News Archive Directions to Our Offices Transportation CRM Compliance MOAs and Pas IDOT Project Notification System IDOT Projects American Bottom Field Station Fairview Heights Central Illinois Field Office Champaign Northern Illinois Field Station Rockford Western Illinois Field Station Macomb Jacksonville IDOT Historic Bridges Survey IDOT ISAS Resources New Mississippi River Bridge Project East St Louis A Tale of Two Cities Feature 2000 East St Louis Mound Center Office of the Illinois State Archaeologist Research Archaeobotany Bioarchaeology Ceramics Faunal Geophysics GIS Historics Lithics Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials Public Engagement Exhibits Public Partnerships Documenting Collections Archaeological Videos Web Resources Donations Illinois Archaeological Organizations Collections Collections Policies Non Staff Use Staff Use Image Use Policy Outloans Acceptance Fees for Non ISAS Collections Joint Exhibit Request Procedures Cahokia Cataloging and Rehousing Project CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet ISAS Annual Reports One of ISAS s primary goals is the dissemination of information to both professional and public audiences ISAS s Annual Reports are designed specifically to provide an overview of the program s yearly activities for the IDOT and University engineers and administrators the archaeological community and the general public From 2005 2014 the Illinois Transportation Archaeological Research Program ITARP now the Illinois State Archaeological Survey ISAS produced annual reports on the ongoing projects and research of Illinois Department of Transportation s archaeological program Click to download the 2014 Annual Report PDF 25 4 MB Click to download the 2013 Annual Report PDF MB Click

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  • Employment - Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet About ISAS Our History Contact Us Staff Directory ISAS Annual Reports Employment News Archive Directions to Our Offices Transportation CRM Compliance MOAs and Pas IDOT Project Notification System IDOT Projects American Bottom Field Station Fairview Heights Central Illinois Field Office Champaign Northern Illinois Field Station Rockford Western Illinois Field Station Macomb Jacksonville IDOT Historic Bridges Survey IDOT ISAS Resources New Mississippi River Bridge Project East St Louis A Tale of Two Cities Feature 2000 East St Louis Mound Center Office of the Illinois State Archaeologist Research Archaeobotany Bioarchaeology Ceramics Faunal Geophysics GIS Historics Lithics Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials Public Engagement Exhibits Public Partnerships Documenting Collections Archaeological Videos Web Resources Donations Illinois Archaeological Organizations Collections Collections Policies Non Staff Use Staff Use Image Use Policy Outloans Acceptance Fees for Non ISAS Collections Joint Exhibit Request Procedures Cahokia Cataloging and Rehousing Project CRM Report Archive Preservation Working Group at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet ISAS Employment and Archaeological Field Work Opportunities The Illinois State Archaeological Survey ISAS University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign UIUC is a joint research program of the UIUC and the Illinois Department of Transportation The program was created nearly five decades ago and has a permanent staff of 30 professionals stationed in four regional offices Seasonal opening for field crews are handled through the regional offices Inquiries concerning employment should be directed to Ms Janice Pankey Program Administrator Illinois State Archaeological Survey University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 209 Nuclear Physics Laboratory MC 571 23 East Stadium Drive Champaign IL 61820 FAX 217 244 7458 or e mail jpankey illinois edu The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity

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  • News Archive - Illinois State Archaeological Survey
    at the University of Illinois Campus Collection Needs Project Data Publications Intranet Our History Contact Us Staff Directory ISAS Annual Reports Employment News Archive Directions to Our Offices News Archives Past News items and stories previously featured on our homepage RSS Feed Looting Ongoing Issue for Archaeological Sites 11 11 2015 ISAS Wins International Award for Excavations in East St Louis 11 11 2015 ATAM Announces Symposium and Call for Papers 11 09 2015 ISAS Awards ATAM Student Mini Grants 11 04 2015 Alli Huber wins Jeanette Stephens Award 11 02 2015 ISAS Archaeologists Dig in Historical Sangamo Town 11 02 2015 ISAS and Forest Preserve District of Cook County Partner Up with Greencorps 11 02 2015 ISAS Gives Tour to Archaeology Students 10 19 2015 ISAS Archaeologist Discusses Early Migration 10 15 2015 ISAS Research Featured in Illinois Antiquity 10 12 2015 ISAS Makes Use of 3D Profiler at Material Research Laboratory 09 28 2015 The Archaeology of Food and Warfare Food Insecurity in Prehistory 09 15 2015 WYCC PBS Chicago Covers ISAS Partnership with Forest Preserve District of Cook County 09 15 2015 ATAM Student Mini grants Apply Now 09 06 2015 Bill advances to keep museum open 09 05 2015 Jim Felke donates collection from the Fifield site 09 04 2015 New website for Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site 09 03 2015 Closing Date Set for Illinois Museums 09 02 2015 ISAS Archaeologists release new book Transforming the Dead 08 31 2015 Dr Dwayne Scheid successfully defends dissertation The Political Economy of Ceramic Production in Barbados From plantation industry to craft production 08 27 2015 New Cahokia Mounds exhibit features 700 year old canoe 08 13 2015 Digging back 250 years on the St Louis riverfront the better to learn who we are 08 11 2015 Questions

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