What are Archaeological Studies and why are they important?
You don't need to travel across the world to experience archaeology; it is happening in your own city. Anywhere there have been people, there is the potential for archaeological studies.
Before a big construction project can start, archaeologists are responsible for uncovering any leftover clues to our history before they are destroyed. They also shed light on the daily lives of the early Stockton residents who are largely unknown and often not mentioned in history books or archives.
This "Bird's Eye View" map of Stockton is from 1895 and helps archaeologists and historians understand how the city looked more than a century ago.
To learn more, explore the City of Stockton's recently discovered archaeological sites.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 5/4/2015