Historic Washington State Park (3HE236):The antebellum town of Washington, Arkansas, in Hempstead County was once the county seat, the Confederate state capital during the Civil War and a booming cotton town on the Southwest Trail. It is perhaps the best surviving example of a nineteenth century town in the Old Southwest.
- The Royston House (3HE236-91): Built in 1840, the Royston House was the home to one of Arkansas’ most politically active families.
- The Abraham Block House (3HE236-14); home of an early Washington merchant family; and the first documented Jewish immigrants in the state of Arkansas.
- Block 6 (3HE236-6): the heart of the commercial district for Washington from the 1830s through devastating fires in the 1870s & 1880s.
Battle Mound (3LA1): Estensive Archeo-geophysics at the largest mound in the Caddo homeland.
Dooley’s Ferry (3HE12): Research at a long-time crossing on the Red River.
Van Winkle’s Mill (3BE413): a nineteenth-century sawmill community nestled in the Arkansas Ozarks. It has a lot to say about modernity and the Ozarks as a place in the cultural imagination.
Zachary Taylor & The Sisters of Mercy (3SB1088): Excavations at what may have been the Fort Smith home of Zachary Taylor (1841-1844) and the first convent of the Fort Smith Sisters of Mercy (1853-1875).
Juliette Street, Dallas, Texas (41DL413): work on an abandoned street in the middle of downtown Dallas, Texas. It was formerly the core of one of the earliest African-American communities in Dallas—Freedman’s Town or Old North Dallas.
The Peel Mansion Icehouse (3BE587): the brief testing of a late-nineteenth century residential icehouse in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Cane Hill (3WA1233): From Dalton to the Depression in Cane Hill, Arkansas. Excavations concentrating on a nineteenth-century structure and its detached kitchen.
The Parkin Phase: Attempts to reexamine a late prehistoric period phase through data other than frequencies of sherd type. Mortuary patterns from curated collections are examined as well as attempts to use GIS and other tools to understand landscape usage and change in the prehistoric past.