Teaching archaeology to kids in and out of the classroom

Willow Court Archaeological Project

THE WILLOW COURT ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROJECT

WILLOW COURT 2017 SEASON

Back row, L to R

David Boon, Sarah Stockwin, Sarah Lackey, Bianca Coleman, Nikki Brannigan, Kim Zerafa, Adriana Cufre-Sadnick

Front row, L to R

Sasha Jessop, Sasha Joura, Melissa Riley, Louise Zarmati

WILLOW COURT PROJECT - HISTORY

A/Prof Heather Burke, Flinders University

WILLOW COURT PROJECT - ARCHAEOLOGY

A/Prof Heather Burke, Flinders University

ARCHAEOLOGICAL THINKING - Part 1

Dr Louise Zarmati, University of Tasmania

ARCHAEOLOGICAL THINKING - Part 2

Dr Louise Zarmati, University of Tasmania

ARCHAEOLOGY? HISTORY'S RUBBISH

Sarah Stockwin, Ogilvy High School, Hobart

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ADDITIONAL HANDOUT

A/Prof Heather Burke, Flinders University

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PL INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARTICIPANTS

Dr Louise Zarmati, University of Tasmania

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FOOTAGE OF SITE PRIOR TO DEMOLITION

Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office.

Film only by RJ Craw (no sound) recording aspects of the Lachlan Park Hospital at New Norfolk. In 1965 Mr Craw was allocated a sum of money to make a film about the hospital, its wards and activities by the Hobart Branch of the Hospital Auxiliary. (1965 - 1967)