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Gete Anishinaabe Izhichigewin Community Archaeology Project

Posted 4:55 p.m. Thursday, June 30, 2022

Pictured, left to right: Kirsten Amann, Kim Thompson, Erin Seliger, Sabrina Neurock, Margaret Hanson, Heather Walder, Faith Kalvig

UWL Archaeology alum Kim Thompson ('20) and UWL's Dr. Heather Walder

UWL Archaeology alum Kim Thompson ('20) recently visited students participating in a six-week field program, Gete Anishinaabe Izhichigewin Community Archaeology Project (GAICAP) in Red Cliff, Wisconsin.  Thompson (second from left) now works as a Forest Service archaeologist and shared her insight about heritage management careers with the students. GAICAP is a partnership between the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Tribal Historic Preservation Office and academic archaeologists, including UWL's Dr. Heather Walder (second from right), who co-directs the project.


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