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Publication & Presentation 

When all of their fieldwork and laboratory research are completed, Illinois State Museum archaeologists pull their information together and write a report. The report describes what they found and what their conclusions are about a site. 

Sometimes they will present papers at conferences or meetings with other archaeologists. Often reports are combined to create a volume or book that gives the archaeologists' interpretations of a site and the lifeways of the people who lived there. 

Museum archaeologists also present their research in public programs and lectures and in articles for the Museum's popular magazine, The Living Museum.
 


 

   
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