The GoFundMe campaign I set up to support a research assistant for the Eastern Woodlands Household Archaeology Data Project (EWHADP) has ended successfully! It got three donations early on (from David Cusack, Ken Kosidlo, and Josh Wells) and then a single person (who has requested anonymity) contributed the remaining funds yesterday. That wasn't how I thought this project was going to get funded but it was a very pleasant surprise. I'm really grateful to those that took in interest in the project this time around, and I think you'll be impressed how it moves forward with someone working on it steadily. And think of how happy the lucky South Carolina graduate student I hire will be: he/she will get some good experience working with grey literature, databases, website management, and GIS, and will also be able to purchase some groceries. It's a win-win. Thank you for your support, donors!
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