Sun, Sep 29 | Contemporary Club

A Railroad Runs Through It: Archaeological Investigations of Redlands Chinatown and a Mexican Barrio

This presentation provides an overview of the ongoing archaeological project taking place along the railroad tracks generally around the intersection of Eureka and West Stuart Avenue. EVENT SPEAKER: Donn R. Grenda, Ph.D., RPA
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A Railroad Runs Through It: Archaeological Investigations of Redlands Chinatown and a Mexican Barrio

Time & Location

Sep 29, 2019, 2:00 PM PDT
Contemporary Club , 173 South Eureka St.

About the Event

This presentation provides an overview of the ongoing archaeological project taking place along the railroad tracks generally around the intersection of Eureka and West Stuart Avenue. Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI) started the investigation in May 2019 in advance of downtown developments that will include restaurants and commercial spaces, a brewery and distillery, a coffee shop, and a parking garage. SRI has recovered hundreds of archaeological features and thousands of artifacts from the various project areas. 

The presentation will explain the methods we are using to discover the features (non-portable artifacts) and artifact recovery techniques that are now accessible. 

EVENT SPEAKER

About Donn R. Grenda, Ph.D., RPA

Dr. Grenda is the president of Statistical Research, Inc. and an archaeologist with experience in both prehistoric and historical archaeology. He is the president of Statistical Research, Inc., an archaeological and historical consulting firm with offices throughout the western United States. He has a doctorate in anthropology (prehistoric archaeology) from the University of Arizona, a master’s degree in anthropology (historical archaeology) from the College of William and Mary, and undergraduate degrees in economics and anthropology from the University of Redlands. 

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