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Nicolas Laracuente
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Archaeology, Bourbon, Heritage, Preservation
Archaeology, Bourbon, Heritage, Preservation

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61. Four Roses Dance Party
I met some really cool people at the Indiana Preservation conference this week. The highlight was meeting the Moonshine Archaeologist - Cassie Medeiros. We presented together for Educational Session 13: The Archaeology of Imbibing. Finally met Moonshine arc...
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60. Go Dig A Hole Podcast Visits Bourbon Pompeii
I know Chris Sims through my close archaeologist friend Carl. Chris was going to be in the neighborhood for 2017 Christmas break. We arranged to meet over Twitter. It didn't really occur to me how loud the OFC building is until I was speaking into his podca...
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59. Interview for Alan Bishop on the Alchemist Cabinet
I run into Alan at a weird point in my life last year. I had taken on way too much and was digging out of projects at my state job as well as Bourbon Archaeology projects. I was burnt out and running on the fumes of how exciting bourbon archaeology is and h...
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A touching memory of the late Kit Wesler
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57. Woodford County Projects in the Bourbon Country Reader
The current issue of the Bourbon Country Reader features stories from Woodford County. Chuck Cowdery's article on Castle & Key is a great summary of the exciting things happening with the former Old Taylor Distillery near Millville. His article on Bourbon A...
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56. What can you do with a career in archaeology?
A few years ago I worked with Gwynn Henderson with the Kentucky Archaeology Survey on a project that involved interviewing archaeologists in different careers. The point was to illustrate the diversity in archaeology and that one could do much more than jus...
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55. #tbt Bourbon Archaeology Windshield Survey
Meet Mel Hawkins - Bourbon Distiller Toward the beginning of my research, my neighbor Sam, took me
on a survey of a holler near Lawrenceburg. His grandfather Mel Hawkins always
told him this was a good location for making whiskey. Sam was probably just
look...
55. #tbt Bourbon Archaeology Windshield Survey
55. #tbt Bourbon Archaeology Windshield Survey
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54. Preserve America Stewards
The Jack Jouett House Historic Site was recently designated as a Preserve America Steward by the national A dvisory Council on Historic Preservation . The award is in recognition of the Jack Jouett Archaeology Project. The Preserve America Stewards program ...
54. Preserve America Stewards
54. Preserve America Stewards
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50. Bourbon Archaeology on Whiskey Wash
Maggie Kimberl went with me on our last visit to Jack's Distillery a few weeks ago. It was the first time that I've been able to visit the site since we completed our excavations last year. We needed to collect any flags that had been left while checking to...
50. Bourbon Archaeology on Whiskey Wash
50. Bourbon Archaeology on Whiskey Wash
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