E. Randolph Turner, III

Virginia Department of Historic ResourcesMember since 1969

My Biography

Holding a BA from the University of Virginia and MA and PhD from Pennsylvania State University, Randolph Turner’s research has focused on the archaeology and ethnohistory of Virginia. He was employed over much of his career with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, serving in a number of positions related to archaeology and historic preservation. In 2002 he helped found the Werowocomoco Research Group which conducted a decade of archaeological investigations at Werowocomoco, and which prompted the National Park Service to purchase the site in 2016 as a new National Park.