About the Author
teaches anthropology at Camosun College. She has had the pleasure and privilege of working on archaeological sites from Newfoundland and Labrador to British Columbia and north to the Central Arctic over a 30-year career as a bioarchaeologist. Her current interests lie in forensic anthropology and in raising public awareness about archaeology. Clark lives in Victoria, British Columbia.Nicole Kilburn
is an instructor of anthropology at Camosun College. Her research interests include the development of social and economic interactions in prehistoric contexts, with a particular focus on the American Southwest, where she has done extensive fieldwork. Kilburn is interested in public archaeology and making connections between the ancient cultures and their living descendents. Kilburn lives in Victoria, British Columbia.Nick Russell
is the winner of numerous heritage awards, and is currently president of the Hallmark Society, speaking for heritage in Victoria's Capital Regional District. His interest in heritage developed with the rescue and restoration of various historic homes throughout the Canadian West. Russell is a former reporter and editor who currently lives in Victoria, British Columbia.