Education: University of South Dakota, B.S., 1993; East Carolina University, M.A., 1995; University of Idaho, Ph.D., 1999.
Office—Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858. E-mail—[email protected]
East Carolina University, Greenville, assistant professor of nautical archaeology. Partnering Anthropology with Science and Technology Foundation, founding member and executive director, 2000—; Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology, board member; director of archaeological fields schools in Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Yellowstone National Park.
Society for Historical Archaeology.
The Life and Times of the Steamboat Red Cloud, or, How Merchants, Mounties, and the Missouri Transformed the West, Texas A&M University Press (College Station, TX), 2006.
Also editor of booklets by Bradley A. Rodgers and others titled "The Bones of a Bulk Carrier: The History and Archaeology of the Wooden Bulk Carrier/Stone Barge City of Glasgow," and "Of Limestone and Labor: Shipwrecks of the Stone Trade; The 1999 Bullhead Point Stone Barge Investigation," both published by Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University (Greenville, NC), 2003. Contributor to books. Contributor to periodicals, including Underwater Archaeology and Discovering Archaeology. Book review editor, Historical Archaeology.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Antiquity, March, 2000, N. James, review of The Material Culture of Steamboat Passengers: Archaeological Evidence from the Missouri River, p. 231.