Archaeological Field School at the Hennings Site
Iowa State University’s 2013 archaeological field school was held from May 13 to June 7 at the Hennings site, a 4,400 year-old prehistoric occupation in Monona County, Iowa, just west of Ute. The Western Research and Demonstration Farm (a.k.a. Wayne’s World) served as a field camp and staging area for the project. This is a summary of the effort and the results of preliminary analyses.