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Description: Underwater view of two archeologists surveying a portion of the "Lakeland." The divers are using cameras, with three or four strobes attached by an arm sys...
Description: A visitor takes in the sight of three linear burial mounds at the Sure-Johnson mound group south of McFarland, Wisconsin.
Description: Archaeological overhead view site plan of the schooner "Northerner." Labels indicate various parts of the ship that remain. On the left is a map scale and...
Description: Underwater view of algae and mussels living on the engine mount of the sunken "Louisiana." To the left, an underwater archeologist is surveying the site.
Description: Underwater starboard view of the "Lakeland." While the ship remains largely intact, it is split in half, with the back end of the ship in the background, a...
Date: date unknown
Description: Archaeological overhead view site plan of the schooner "Pathfinder." Labels indicate various parts of the ship that remain, showing how much of the ship re...
Description: Tent covering the excavation site of the bones of extinct bison. Milo Mickelson and Lester Giesler stand in the doorway of the tent.
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Norb Bybee shoots a self-portrait with his camera of petroglyphs that are carved in the face of a rock shelter near Gullikson's Glen.
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Description: Underwater view of the "Apomattox's" floor keelsons near the bow.
Description: Archaeological site plan of the schooner "Rouse Simmons." The wreck is drawn in great detail, showing the damage to the deck, along with the broken masts a...
Description: Five examples of typical Wisconsin flint weapon points. The upper row of points are notched sides and base, and the lower are notched convex base.
Description: Underwater view of an underwater archeologist investigating the drift pins of the "Louisiana." Algae and mussels are covering most of the wood of the ship.
Date: 1936-10-09 ca.
Description: Bones of a bison still in the earth as found.
Description: Underwater view of an archeologist surveying the site of the sunken "Milwaukee." The archeologist is swimming over a measuring tape, which runs from the sh...
Description: Archaeological overhead view site plan of the scow schooner "Success." Labels indicate various parts of the ship that remain and how much of the wreck rema...
Description: A group photograph of Violet Lee Dousman (back row, 3rd from left) and her fellow travelers, guides and Egyptians on a trip to Giza, Egypt. Five people are...
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