Right In Our Own Backyard! Archaeology Along Trenton's Waterfront Lecture, 9/21

The Archaeological Institute of America announces an illustrated lecture:

Archaelogy Along Trenton's Waterfront
By William B. Liebeknecht
Hunter Research, Inc.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005, 7 p.m.
Cohen Lounge, 1st Floor
Dickson Hall


Archaeological investigations prior to the improvement of Route 29 along the waterfront of Trenton unearthed some of New Jersey's richest archaeological finds in recent history. Mr. Liebeknecht will discuss the impressively broad range of prehistoric and historic finds including Archaic Indian domestic and burial remains, 17th and 18th century house sites, Revolutionary War materials and evidence of 18th and 19th century production including ceramic and iron manufacture. This talk offers a rare opportunity to learn more about important recent archaeological discoveries here in the Garden State.