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Jeff Davis

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Biography:

Jeff Davis is an archaeologist, historic researcher, writer and part-time college history instructor. He has a BS in Anthropology and an MA in Archaeology and Prehistory. His professional experience includes work on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, the Umatilla National Forest, the Boise National Forest and the Mt. Hood National Forest. He has published several papers at professional conferences about the Native Americans in the Cascade Mountains as well as archaeology in Clark County, Washington. He was also an archaeological consultant for the Cowltiz Indian Tribe of Washington.

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Ghosts and Critters

Jeff Davis, a writer and archaeologist, discussed his research into the ghosts, critters, and sacred places of Washington and Oregon with guest host Steve Mason. ... More »

Host: Steve Mason
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