New Hampshire Celebrates Archaeology Month

October 1st, 2004 by Adam

Plymouth State University celebrates Archaeology Month in October with a public exhibit and various student and faculty presentations.

A monthlong exhibit featuring archaeology and forensic anthropology will be on display in the Diversity Window of PSU’s Bookstore in the HUB.

Archaeology presentations will take place in Rounds Hall, room 207 at 7 p.m. each Wednesday in October.

Dr. David Switzer will present “The Snow Squall: Rescuing the Remains of the Last American Clipper Ship”, on October 6.

Dr. David Starbuck will present “The Archaeology of the Little Bighorn Battlefield”, October 13.

PSU student and staff member Joann Guilmett will present “What I Did on My Summer Vacation: Reflections on Digging Up Scotland”, October 20.

Student Stephanie Tice will present “Excavations in Fort Edward: The Largest British Encampment of the French and Indian War”, October 27.

For more information on Archaeology Month and events, contact Dr. David Starbuck at (603)-535-3076.