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CRDIP | My Last Week

CRDIP | My Last Week

My Last Week Written by: Melissa Hurtado It is officially my last week at my internship! I have had so much fun doing archaeology work in the Boston Harbor Islands. There are so many new things I learned and so many new experiences during these past 11 weeks. One of...

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CRDIP | Three Days in the Crater

CRDIP | Three Days in the Crater

Three Days in the Crater Written by: Jacob Hakim Sunset casts its last light on Hanakauhi peak in the Haleakalā National Park backcountry. In between work on the oral histories project and working on the front line with the rest of the interpretive team, I was lucky...

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CRDIP | Goodbye WORI

CRDIP | Goodbye WORI

Goodbye WORI Written by: Maria Smith Hi all,  Today is my final day at WORI. I have enjoyed my time at the Park. I made several programs and Park collections accessible to the Deaf and hearing impaired community. I drafted two walking tours that will soon be...

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CRDIP | The Bugs of Appomattox

CRDIP | The Bugs of Appomattox

The Bugs of Appomattox Written by: Diego Borgsdorf One of the most interesting elements of my internship at Appomattox Court House National Historical Park (APCO) has been partaking in the implementation of the Park’s Integrated Pest Management program. Every month,...

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CRDIP | Musings from Midpoint

CRDIP | Musings from Midpoint

Musings from Midpoint Written by: Jade Ryerson NPS Photo. The bombs bursting in air. Public domain. https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/353f2a80-76c5-4180-a6d6-2a8994c6769e. I recently crossed the halfway point of my internship. The ‘Pathways Through American...

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CRDIP | Progress Has Been Made

CRDIP | Progress Has Been Made

Progress Has Been Made Written by: Victoria McKeller-Peoples My goals for this position is truly what I make it. I have had the excitement of researching what interests me and seeing where it takes me. Over the past two weeks, I really feel as though my research has...

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