Saloon keeper, music teacher, stableman, blacksmith, candy maker. These were just a few of the occupations of the people who lived on Tehama Street in San Francisco nearly 150 years ago.
In November of 2015, Julia Costello and Judith Marvin of Foothill Resources, and Gerrit Fenenga, CAL FIRE Senior State Archaeologist, identified over two dozen archaeological sites along roads within areas burned by the recent Butte Fire.
The Anthropological Studies Center of Sonoma State University has undertaken a study of the potential effects of climate change on indigenous archaeological sites at Point Reyes National Seashore.
This report presents the results of archaeological excavations carried out in 2008 and 2010 by both Anthropological Studies Center and Caltrans archaeologists, in connection with Caltrans' High Street Overhead Seismic Retrofit Project, in Oakland, California.
Archaeological testing and evaluation studies carried out in 2008 and 2009 identified two cultural deposits eligible to California Register of Historical Resources (CRHR) within the Japantown Senior Apartments Project site on the west side of Sixth Street in San José
The Merrie Way Stands Site is associated with a row of concession stands that sold food, beverages, and (presumably) souvenirs that served the Sutro Pleasure Grounds amusement park.
Caltrans contracted with the Anthropological Studies Center at Sonoma State University to prepare archaeological research designs for mining sites, work camps, and town sites.
ASC archaeologists tested and excavated lots on a Stockton city block in 2000.
To achieve compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) throughout the SF-80 Bayshore Project, ASC archaeologists monitored I-80 footing excavation at selected bents and directed the mechanical excavation of soil in sensitive areas.
In late 1994 archaeologists from SSU carried out testing and data recovery on the HI56 Block in Sacramento, California.