Rebecca is an environmental archaeologist & educator with twelve years of field, lab, and outreach experience in the Rocky Mountains, New England, Europe & Central America. She dedicates herself to community engagement and education and adamantly believes that cultural and environmental history can appeal to all audiences with the right wording, design, and creativity.

Rebecca is a freelance archaeologist, outreach developer & content creator. She launched the Mercill Archaeology Center for the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum, and develops educational materials for various organizations including, Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum, Natick Historical Society, New Bedford Whaling Museum, Honest History Magazine, Misadventures Magazine, and Hirundo Wildlife Refuge.  Rebecca also volunteers her time and efforts as a board member for Rocky Mountain Anthropological Association and Hirundo Wildlife Refuge.


Her images, click each to find out more and get high resolution versions:

Mutiple different plants used for healing by Romans
Hands holding a range of bronse age toys - figures and animals
A scene of teacher teaching two pupils
Table with scrolls and herms on it