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Archaeology as a Career

September 10, 2013 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

Turns out I’ve been sitting on a gold mine of information with all things having to do with archaeology. If you are thinking of getting into archaeology, or are new to the field, be sure to watch this video. I spill all sorts of juicy nuggets that might just help you out. Click the photo […]

Northwest Utah

Site Recording in Northwest Utah

August 12, 2013 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

I can safely say LONG TIME NO SEE! Just want to apologize for being absent for most of the summer. My schedule went absolutely crazy and I was in and out of the field and when I was home I was running around like a chicken with its head cut off trying to catch up […]

Me in Desolation Canyon, Utah

Archaeological Favorites

June 7, 2013 | Artifact, Historic, Prehistoric, Ramblings, Structure | by Jamie Stott

Hi guys! Thanks for reading my posts every Friday. Means a lot to have such dedicated followers. So I have recently been toying with the idea of doing a series of short videos that are archaeologically themed. I have a suite of topics of my own that I plan on covering, but I need your […]



May 31, 2013 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

Hi all! I’m going to do something a bit different and deviate away from my normal short story Friday. I love writing my crazy tales but today I’m just not feeling it (and for those of you who are writers you totally know its useless to try and write when you don’t have the ‘writing-mojo’). […]

Utah Desert Land

The Flute Player

May 17, 2013 | Artifact, Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

Sedg held in his hands his most prized possession. Standing on the edge of a tall mesa he closed his eyes and held out his arms, offering up the flute to the powers that be. The wind was stronger out here on the point, and the feathers that were attached to the flute by thin […]

Obsidian Biface Fragment

What Is This?

May 4, 2013 | Artifact, Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

Okay. I’m deviating a bit from Short Story Friday. Mostly because well…..it’s Saturday, and because I wanted to do something a bit different. As many of you know I have been working in the field for the past week. We were in the Uintah Basin doing some survey for an oil and gas project. Aside from […]

Guest Post: Excerpt From Samuel McClendon’s Novel

April 26, 2013 | Uncategorized | by Jamie Stott

The sharp prickling sensation at the base of his neck was the only warning he had as the section of the rear wall he’d been running for exploded in a shower of debris. Ji-Tae fell backwards, his feet sliding out from under him as a fist size chunk of stone impacted his chest and knocked […]

Clovis Point

Grandpa’s Clovis Point

April 19, 2013 | Artifact, Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

Ashley was new to the graduate program at the University. She’d been accepted the previous year, and was still feeling her way around the department. Although her undergrad degree had been in Anthropology her real passion was Archaeology, more specifically lithics. She’d chosen this particular graduate program because of their renowned reputation and ground breaking […]

Great Hunt Panel in Nine Mile Canyon, Utah

The Great Hunt Panel

April 12, 2013 | Prehistoric | by Jamie Stott

Onah had been born deformed. The bones in his right leg were smaller than normal and didn’t develop the way they ought to have. Usually babies born with obvious deformities were sent back to Great Spirit within their first few hours of life. This was the way of The People. Luckily for Onah, his deformity […]

Log Cabin in Sulphurdale, Utah

O Death

April 5, 2013 | Historic, Structure | by Jamie Stott

The year was 1883 and Frank T. Walker was 38 years old. He’d been married in his younger years, but had lost his wife to fever. They’d never had any children so when she passed, Frank was left all alone. He mourned his wife like a good man should, and when the time came to […]