Archeology Articles

For anyone interested in learning more about St. John's history and archeology work being done in the Park, these articles provide a fascinating glimpse into everything from petroglyphs and Taino culture, to investigations of a barge wreck that tell a tale of 19th Century harbor logistics. 

Please visit our Archeology Page to learn more about the work the Friends does to support the VINP's Archeology program.


UNDERSTANDING PETROGLYPHS
Virgin Islands National Park Chief Archeologist, Ken Wild

INVESTIGATIONS AT CINNAMON BAY, ST. JOHN, US VIRGIN ISLANDS AND SOCIAL IDEOLOGY IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS AS REFLECTED IN PRE-COLUMBIAN CERAMICS.
Virgin Islands National Park Chief Archeologist, Ken Wild

AN ARCHEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL INVESTIGATION OF A 19TH CENTURY LEPROSARIUM AT HASSEL ISLAND, ST. THOMAS, US VIRGIN ISLANDS
Amanda Marie Barton, 2012

INDIGENOUS GOLD FROM ST. JOHN, US VIRGIN ISLANDS
Stephen Edward Jankiewicz, 2016

RESEARCH OF THE BARGE WRECK IN CAREENING COVE AND ITS’ ROLE IN 19TH CENTURY CHARLOTTE AMALIE HARBOR LOGISTICS
Casper Toftgaard Nielsen

REPORT ON ARCHEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS CONDUCTED FOR THE INSTALLATION OF A PARKING LOT AT GREAT MAHO BAY, VIRGIN ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK
J. Lauran Riser, Ken S. Wild and Michal F. Wigal, 2009

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