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Pregnant in the field: have trowel, will travel

An archaeologist rendered birth to a brand-new photographic category by requesting fellow scientists to upright cracks of themselves excavating while expecting Suzanne Pilaar Birch was seven when she caught the archaeology glitch on their own families expedition to Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas. Oh this is so cool! she showed. I want to come back here and delve. So when, 24 year later and now a professional archaeologist based at the University of Georgia and still devoted to mining she was invited on a field…

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