Apex Archaeology Project

Historic Archaeology

One man’s trash is an archaeologist’s treasure – NAU

In the 1930s, the Apex logging camp outside of Tusayan was bustling—with more than a hundred men hard at work on the Grand Canyon railroad, women cooking and managing homes and children playing and attending the newly-built schoolhouse. Now, all that’s there is the building remains and trash they left behind. But those remnants tell

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