When we talk about "unearthing history," it's quite literal for archaeologists.
And while the professionals supervise the work, there's room for amateurs to dig in the ground for clues to the lives of the people who preceded us.
In this month's installment of "Underground History," our partners at the Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology introduce us to the Oregon Archaeological Society.
OAS provides volunteers for digs around the state, and provides those volunteers with training.
Steve Satterthwaite visits with SOULA regular Chelsea Rose.