ASCO News Bulletin
Due to COVID restrictions, we will hold General Meetings
via Zoom Video Conference until further notice...
We would especially like to thank Archaeologist Don Hann for speaking to us in April about the Oregon Chinese Diaspora Project and gold mining in the John Day area.
Don Hann has been working as an archaeologist for thirty years, most of this time spent on the Malheur National Forest in the southern Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon. He manages one of the largest Federal cultural resource programs in Oregon, which includes over 5,000 documented archaeological and cultural sites. Hann has been a proponent of public archaeology during his career and has worked with volunteers from the Forest Service’s Passport In Time (PIT) program since 1994. His research interests include American Indian rock art, lithic technology and, for the last five years, Chinese gold mining and associated sites.
Please visit the "Past Presentations" section of this website to view Don's talk as well as our previous videos!
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