NATIONAL PARK SERVICE ARCHAEOLOGIST
& FORT VANCOUVER CHIEF OF INTERPRETATION
Kanaka Village Archeological Tour
Bob Cromwell has been an archaeologist with the National Park Service since 2000. He grew up in Oregon and has always been fascinated by history, especially the 19th century settlement of the Willamette Valley by French Canadian trappers of the Hudson’s Bay Company. Bob attained his M.A. in Anthropology from Oregon State University. He later attended Syracuse University where he received his Ph.D. in 2006. Bob is best known as a professional archaeologist cultural resources manager, and is now the Chief of Interpretation at Fort Vancouver.