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Historic Archaeology: Beneath Kentucky's Fields and Streets

 

 ​The following video segments are part of a documentary completed as alternative mitigation for impacts to an archaeological site in Covington, Kentucky. The documentary highlights a number of historical archaeological sites found across the Commonwealth including Mammoth Cave, Ashland, Shaker Village, Camp Nelson, the Covington Riverfront and several other locations. The video covers the Frontier Period (1770s-1820s), the Antebellum Period (1820s-1860s), the Civil War Period (1861-1865), and the Industrialization Period (1860s-1910), and combines archaeologist interviews with archival images, artifacts, and 3-D animation.

 Opening Sequence

 

 

Frontier Period

 

Antebellum Period

 

Civil War Period

 

Industrialization Period

 

Closing Sequence

 

 

 

 

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