Fort William Henry Museum exhibit entitled “Underwater Archaeology—The Sunken Fleet of 1758.”

Fort William Henry Museum Upgrades Its Underwater Archaeology Exhibit

For the past several years, the John Farrell Archaeology Room at Fort William Henry Museum has had an exhibit that is entitled “Underwater Archaeology—The Sunken Fleet of 1758.”  This autumn, the display room was upgraded. All of the posters were reprinted and picture frames were added, too. The room was also partially repainted. Further, a…
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Students working in dig site, photo credit: Dr. David Starbuck.

SUNY Adirondack’s 29th Archaeology Field School Has Just Completed

Since 1991, SUNY Adirondack has hosted an amazing number of archaeological field schools in our local area (every summer for 29 years!). Their support for local archaeology has been amazing, and President Kris Duffy visited our dig this year on Thursday, August 15. For all of these years, we have moved field schools back and…
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