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Cooperative Management of Archaeological Collections from the Hiawatha National Forest
Curation of Artifacts for the Ottawa National Forest
Novel Techniques for Stabilzation and Conservation of Ferrous Metals in Industrial Heritage
OISE-PIRE Sustainability, Ecosystem Services, and Bioenergy Development Across the Americas
Age Specific Net Migration Estimates for US Counties, 2000-2010
Collaborative Research: Testing and Refining Rehydroxylation Ceramic Dating
Designing Optimal Integrated Oil Sands Reclamation Policies
2012 Public Archaeology at the Cliff Mine
Self-Requested Forest Sustainability: A Simulation and Sociological Analysis of Voluntary Incentive Programs
Phase I Archaeological Survey and Assessment of Italian Hall Site, Calumet, Michigan
A Proposal for Archaeological Survey Services, Phase l Survey of Fort Wilkens State Park: Southern Boundary
Historic Interpretation of Paavola and Boston Pond along the Copper Country Trail
Oral History of Torch Lake Copper Reclamation, 1940-1970
2013 Public Archaeology at the Cliff Mine
A Proposal to Create the First-Ever Comprehensive Nationwide Inventory of Industrial Heritage Resources
Additional Departmental Projects
The Utah Pottery Project focuses on studying immigrant potters who lived throughout the Mormon Domain of Utah in the 19th century. The project’s goals include cataloging the immigrant pottery makers and clay industry workers; locating and identifying archaeological pottery sites; cataloging known examples of Utah pottery housed in museum collections; and assembling and disseminating information about the potters, their families, their work, their products, and their contributions to the history of Utah.
The Early European Gun Project
Funded by the British Academy, the Early European Guns (EEG) project is a first-stage investigation into the technology, ballistic capabilities, and forensic signatures of early firepower. Through the systematic documentation, measurement, and recording of small-bore gunpowder artillery and handguns preserved in collections across Europe, EEG sheds new light on the early development of gunpowder weaponry in Europe from c.1450–1520. The project is a collaboration between researchers at Michigan Tech and the University of Huddersfield in Yorkshire, England. The first version of the guns database is available on the project website.
Industrial Archaeology Image Archive
The Industrial Archaeology Image Archive website was initiated to make the Robert M. Vogel slide collection more accessible for research purposes or for the simple pleasure of viewing. The archive’s primary collection consists of Vogel’s slides, which represent over 30 years of travel to sites of significant industrial heritage around the world. This web-based effort continues under the guidance of the industrial archaeology program.
The Caribbean Industrial Heritage Program and Central Aguirre Research Project
The Caribbean Industrial Heritage Research Program (CIHP) is a multidisciplinary research program focused on the study of the evolution of industry in the circum-Caribbean region. The CIHP is dedicated to the study of social, economic, and technological change associated with industry in the region, as well as to the promotion of industrial heritage and archaeology, including preservation, in the Caribbean and throughout Latin America.
First Fridays Report
This course project aimed to understand how First Fridays and the art scene in Calumet contribute to community development. The project inventoried community assets and assessed how First Fridays contribute to these assets using participation observation, interviews, and surveys of First Fridays participants. An Executive Summary of this research can be found here. A full report including research procedures and results is also available here.
Private Land Management and Voluntary Incentive Programs Project
This project investigates the role that social influence plays in the land management of small private forests in the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and the collective impact on the UP landscape of thousands of land management decisions by non-industrial private forest owners. Click here to access the project website.