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IHB > For Educators > All Resources for Educators > Resources > George Rogers Clark > Learn about Archaeology at American Revolution Websites Learn about Archaeology at American Revolution Websites

by Amy Johnson, Archaeology Outreach Coordinator,
Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology,
Indiana Department of Natural Resources

The world wide web is a great place to supplement your knowledge about archaeology which is being conducted at sites related to the American Revolution time period. Check out the following web sites to learn more:

  • www.cr.nps.gov/logcabin/html/rd_valleyforge.html- Archaeology related to discovering what George Washington and his Continental Army troops left behind at what is now Valley Forge National Historical Park.

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