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Slaughter, Michelle A.

Submitted by Nick Johnson on Fri, 05/06/2016 - 10:49
Avalon Archaeology, LLC

Slaughter is a historical archaeologist and the principal of Avalon Archaeology, LLC, a woman-owned, small business that she founded in 2007. Her experience includes all phases of archaeological project management and planning, historic archival research, ethnographic research including oral histories, archaeological Class I overviews, Class II and III surveys, archaeological documentation and assessments, GPS-based site mapping, archaeological monitoring, historic artifact analysis, test excavation, Native American consultation, and report preparation.

She is proud to have worked at four of Colorado’ s Most Endangered Places, all of which have been saved (the Bradford-Perley House in Highlands Ranch, Camp Amache in Southeast Colorado, the CFI Plant in Pueblo, and the Hutchinson Homestead in Salida).