Research for this class won’t be easy. There hasn’t been much written on the Woodland people, and precious little on their existence in Virginia’s piedmont region. To access scholarly research about the Woodland culture, you will have to be resourceful. You will have to dig.
But it’s not all bad news. You have several tools at your disposal – we’ve pulled them together in the “Source Recommendations” tab above. You also have people who want to help you. As long as you’re a little flexible, and as long as you leave yourself enough time for some serious searching, you will be able to use outside research sources to develop an informed perspective on the work you are doing at the Field School.
Library of Congress’s Photos, Prints, and Drawings collection: http://www.loc.gov/resource/ds.00987/