Exploring 200 years of San Francisco's history

04/12/2012 | San Francisco Chronicle

Anthropologists and archaeologists in San Francisco are examining and cataloging more than 500,000 artifacts recovered from an area of the city known as The Presidio. Once a fort and surrounding residential enclave, the area is rife with traces of human occupation dating from at least the early 1800s. "There's a special excitement handling these remnants of so many past lives, and a pleasure in the research we do -- research into so many people who never made it into the history books," said Liz Clevenger, curator of archaeology for the Presidio Trust.

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