Last week, on ANHP….

A new video was introduced.

New plats were made.

New data-types introduced.

In this case, LIDAR.

Illustration of how neighborhoods can exist on top of shellmounds, without anyone even knowing, or considering the possibility that the hill they live on is not “normal”.

More on that later.

Stay tuned!

By Gabriel Duncan

Recognized descendant of the Utu Utu Gwaitu Benton Hot Springs Paiute Tribe. Adopted out of his tribe at birth, raised by white people in Alameda, California. Gabriel is the chief researcher, webmaster, graphic designer, cartographer, etc. of Alameda Native Art, and the Alameda Native History Project.