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Finishing On Point (Projectile Points that is)

What a whirlwind the end of 2017 was! In all the craziness of trying to finish a projectile point display and finals, I forgot to update y’all on what was happening here at the Salazar Center and Luther Bean Museum! Here’s a recap of my adventure for the fall of 2017: I began working with […]

Taking Shape

After weeks of swimming through the prolific amounts of stone artifacts lurking about the museum’s storage, a shape is beginning to emerge from the general direction I have been heading in. When beginning this internship journey, all I had was a general idea of what I wanted to accomplish at the end. I really had […]

Fall Has Arrived! What that meant for those before us:

Fall has certainly made its appearance here in the San Luis Valley this past week. Snow already caps the mountains on all sides of us and the several straight days of chilly rain certainly had me pulling out my heavier coat and building a fire in the stove. It got me thinking, what have people […]

Museum Mystery: Part I

One of the challenges of a small museum with limited resources is continuity. Despite changes geared toward greater continuity of collections management, and the success of these changes with collections and objects acquired more recently, there are still some grey areas surrounding older objects and their origins in the museum’s collections. Of course, this is […]

Diving In: August 2017

Hi! My name is Jordyn Neely, I am the Fall 2017 Salazar Rio Grande del Norte Center intern. I am entering my senior year here at Adams State and as an Anthropology major, was super excited when I received word I would be the next intern at the Center! My first week on the job […]

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