Archaeology goes hand in hand with historic preservation and is an on-going process at Tumacácori National Historical Park. Extensive archaeological work done in the 1930's, as seen in this photo, helps the preservation staff know how to best stabilize and preserve park resources. Hard work performed by professional archeologists provides the accurate and up-to-date historical information for the interpretive staff to better help the public understand life at Tumacácori.
Explore the archeological story of Tumacácori in Of Adobe, Lime, and Cement: The Preservation History of the San José de Tumacácori Mission Church.
Last updated: March 6, 2015