The images that follow are part of an ongoing photographic project that I have been engaged in for the past 5 years. This project is documenting the day to day slow careful work of archeologists at work. It is focusing on the students and professionals at work, not the scientific discoveries. Whether skim shoveling, sifting dirt, or carefully troweling profiles, the work is often painstakingly slow. But the work must be carefully done to document everything being found. Pottery, glass, nails, and foundations of buildings will all add to the story of the people who lived and studied here over the past 150 plus years.