Born in the City of Brotherly Love and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, Jeff Brown now resides as a tribal member on the Pamunkey Indian Reservation in King William, VA. With treaties reaching back to 1646 and 1677, the Pamunkey is the oldest reservation in America. Jeff, a tribal councilman, entered into archaeology to help protect his tribe against a reservoir projected to be built on old tribal land. He was "bit hard by the archaeology bug," and has since assisted the College of William and Mary with three field schools at Werowacomoco, the native stronghold where Captain John Smith was brought as a captive to Chief Powhatan. Jeff has also worked CRM with Geo-Marine, CRI, and Data Investigations. He is a proficient shoveler, troweler and screener, never tiring of finding ancient artifacts. When not on an archaeological dig, Jeff spends his time fishing drift nets down the Pamunkey River bends. He's not one to be bored with pulling in crab pots, enjoying a good pub, or taking in beautiful sunsets on the Pamunkey River.