Roger Crowley is a senior at the University of Washington where he is completing a BA in Archaeological Sciences which he began in 1971. Roger returned to the UW in 2013 following retirement from a 35-year career as a long-haul train porter with AMTRAK. He also served his AMTRAK colleagues as an elected officer in their labor union at both the local and national levels. Roger’s prior studies in archaeology include participation in a field school in the Skagit delta directed by Astrida Onat in 1973 and studies abroad in West Mexico under Betty Bell. After graduation he plans to continue working with the archaeology collection at the Burke Museum as a volunteer and engage in part time employment with local CRM firms.