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Adrossan Farm, Radnor

Radnor Residents want archaeological dig at Ardrossan, Linda Stein, Main Line Suburban Life, MainlineMediaNews.com
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218 Arch Street/First Baptist Church Burial Ground
Beating the clock —and the storm — at old burial site, About 70 coffins and more than 100 bodies were extracted from construction location, Stephan Salisbury, Philadelphia Inquirer, March 15, 2017
Emergency Excavation In Old City Reveals Lack Of Oversight, Hidden City, March 15 2017.
Archaeologists Worked Feverishly to Excavate Colonial-Era Graves at Philly Construction Site, Smithsonian, March 14, 2017
Historic grave removal should not be hurried, Ronnie Polaneczky, Philadelphia Inquirer, March 13, 2017
Race to dig at historic cemetery a mere hint of what ails Philadelphia’s oversight of buried treasures, Stephan Salisbury, Philadelphia Inquirer, March 13, 2017
Archaeologists Race to Exhume Historic Remains in Philadelphia, Archaeology Magazine, March 10, 2017
Tour Of Forensics Lab Housing 1700s Remains Found At Construction Site, CBS Philly, March 10, 2017
Developer will allow time for archaeologists to excavate abandoned Old City bodies, Philly.com, March 10, 2017
Why old dead bodies will accidentally surface in Philadelphia again, BillyPenn, March 10, 2017.
Discovery of 18th-century remains at Philly building site gives pause to modern world, Newsworks, March 10, 2017
Worker Plunks Reporter With Dirt Ball at Old City Construction SitePhilly Voice’s Brian Hickey was broadcasting live from a site where coffins from the 1700s were found, Philadelphia Magazine, March 9, 2017
Race on to excavate huge number of historic graves found on building site, by Stephan Salisbury, Philadelphia Inquirer March 9, 2017
Coffins found at Old City construction site: It’s not the first time workers have found remains here, Curbed Philadelphia, March 9, 2017.
Dozens Of Coffins Discovered At Construction Site In Old City, CBS Philly, March 9, 2017.
Old bones found – and nobody’s in charge, by Stephan Salisbury, Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 4th, 2016.
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AME Burial Ground/Weccacoe Park
Remains of 8,000 Blacks desecrated at Philly cemetery, by Michael Coard, Philadelphia Tribune, July 2016.
City Hears Concerns about Playground, Cemetery
Phila. Inquirer, May 6, 2014
Philly to Host Meeting about Historic Cemetery
Phila. Inquirer, May 3, 2014
City Says It’s Involved in Historic Black Burial Ground site
Philadelphia Inquirer, 03/20/14
City urged not to disturb Mother Bethel_burial ground
Philadelphia Inquirer, 12/9/13
Historic African American Cemetery in Queen Village larger than thought
Philadelphia Inquirer, 11/10/13
Speedy Peaks into Early Days of Science
Philadelphia Inquirer, 09/17/13
Thousands of African-American Graves Found Beneath Philadelphia Playground, by Cherese Jackson, Liberty Voice, July 31, 2013
19th-Century African American Cemetery Found in Philadelphia
ARCHAEOLOGY Magazine (AIA), July 26, 2013
Archaeologists Dig Up History as Playground Renovations get Underway
PHILLY IN FOCUS Blog, Philadelphia Protest, Marches & More!, July 24, 2013
Historical American Site Erased from History
Techbook Online, July 24, 2013
Reviving the Memory of thousands forgotten in burial ground beneath Philly playground
Newsworks.com, July 27, 2013
Thousands Buried beneath Philly Playground
NBC.COM, July 27, 2013
Old Mother Bethel grave site could hold thousands
Philly.com, July 24, 2013
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Bartram’s Garden, SW Philadelphia, Schuylkill River Waterfront
City Garden
Archaeology Magazine, April, 2014
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Brandywine Battlefield, Chadds Ford, PA
Grad Student Digs for Battlefield truth in Thornbury and Chadds Ford
Chadds Ford LIVE, June 26, 2013
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Bristol Cultural and Historical Foundation-Quaker School House Site (Bucks County, PA)
Bristol community members dig for artifacts, Bucks County Courier Times, October 30, 2016 (video)
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Cemetery Studies
The Culture of Cemeteries, Rich Veit. The Academic Minute, 10/31/14)
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Ceramics (Pottery)
Children’s Ceramic Items, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, February 27, 2009
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chevaux-de-frise, Delaware River
Preservation of a Cheval-de-frise from the Delaware River, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, June 21, 2013
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Children
Children’s Ceramic Items, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, February 27, 2009
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Civic Center Expansion (Arch Street)
Flushing out Arch Street… This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, February 11, 2011
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East Pikeland, French Creek Heritage Park, Chester County
Revolutionary Ruins: Washington rearmed here
02/08/13, Philadelphia Inquirer
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Elfhreth’s Alley – Old City, Philadelphia
Volunteers, Students participate in search for artifacts on historic Philadelphia street
DAILY JOURNAL (INDIANA)/PHILA. INQUIRER, JULY 17, 2013
Group Seeks Artifacts on historic Philly street
Enquirer Herald, July 17, 2013
Public Helps Excavate oldest US house in Philly
03/03/2013, Philly.com
Temple Ph.D, Candidate and Volunteers uncover 19th century artifacts in Philadelphia’s historic Elfreth’s Alley
12/20/2012, Temple News
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Family Court Building Philadelphia
P is For Philadelphia (Philadelphia Family Court House site) This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Nov. 21, 2014
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Forensic Anthropology
A mystery from 1925 still haunts a Philadelphia graveyard, Philly.com, October 9, 2014
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Glass
Chandra L. Reedy Presentation at SAA, University of Delaware Daily For The Record, May 22nd
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Hard Paste Revolutionary-Era American Porcelain
Rob Hunter Facebook posting, Jan. 23, 2017
Excavated Colonial Bowl Shows Early Technological Breakthrough, CBS Philly 3, Jan. 14, 2017
American ‘Holy Grail’ Punch Bowl to Go on Display, NYT, JAN. 13, 2017
Key Discovery of Revolution-Era Pottery Unearthed in Philadelphia, New Historian, Jan. 7, 2017
“Holy Grail” of American Ceramics Found During Archaeological Excavation, Heritage Daily
‘Holy Grail’ Of American Ceramics Dug Up, To Be Showcased At NYC Fair, Antiques and the Arts Daily, January 3, 2017
http://theartnewspaper.com/market/art-fairs/see-the-holy-grail-of-american-porcelain-at-new-york-ceramics-glass-fair/, The Arts Newspaper, Jan. 3, 2017
“Holy Grail” of American Ceramics Found During Archaeological Excavation of New Museum Site in Philadelphia On View for the First Time at New York Ceramics & Glass Fair, ARTFIX Daily, Jan.2, 2017
‘Holy grail of American ceramics’ found in dig at American Revolution Museum, Philly.com, October 17, 2016
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Historical Preservation Recognition
Local Projects Win Preservation Awards, Philly.com, September 5, 2014
Historic Organizations honor late Springfield Commissioner Doug Heller
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Holtec Site – Late Archaic, early Woodland (Camden, NJ)
A Surprising Find Below the Surface in Camden, Courier-Post, August 7th, 2016.
Surprising Finds Near Holtec Site in Camden, Washington Times, August 7th, 2016.
Surprising finds near Holtec site in Camden, Courier-Post, August 5th, 2016.
Surprising finds near Holtec site in Camden, The Archaeology and Metal Detecting Magazine, August 3rd, 2016.

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I-95 Project – Fishtown, Northern Liberties, and Kensignton Neighborhoods, Delaware Waterfront North of the B. Franklin Bridge
The Long Arm of Archaeology – Outreachout·reach: the activity or process of bringing information or services to people, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, November 7, 2014
History of Philly Rests Under I-95
NBC Local, Philadelphia
Digging the City
July 14, 2014 Star
Dyottville Glassworks Artifacts may be below Wynn Philadelphia site
PlanPhilly (Sept. 6, 2013)
Jackpot of Ancient Artifacts may rest under site of proposed Philly casino
Philly.com (Sept. 6, 2013)
Planning Underway for a new river wards history museum
PlanPhilly May 15, 2013)
I-95 Archaeological Artifacts Showcased
PennDot 4/18/2013
Excavating History at a Fishtown Dig Site
11/28/2012, NorthEast Times Star
Buried Treasures
Nov. 23, 2011 Star
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Independence National Historical Park
(See also **James Dexter Site**; **President’s House Site**)
Explore Philly’s Buried Past, Park News, Independence National Historical Park, September 2014
Independence NHP Welcomes Australian Churchill Fellow Louise Zarmati
Friends of Independence NHP, July 2013
Independence NHP Welcomes Australian Churchill Fellow Louise Zarmati
INHP Quarterly Newsletter/Friends of INHP, Summer 2013
(See also President’s House Site)
Possible Civil War Cannon Shot Found On Independence Square
Oct. 25, 2012, CBS 3
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James Dexter Site
Newfound obituary revives an 18th-century free-black Philadelphian, by Stephen Salisbury, Dec. 3, 2015.
Beneath Independence Mall, story of early free black America, Philadelphia Inquirer (Stephan Salisbury), July 2, 2008
Pioneer’s life is dug up at Independence Hall New archaeological approach focuses on a freed slave. By Stephan Salisbury INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Posted: June 12, 2005
Archaeological site will not be harmed. Philadelphia Inquirer, October 6, 2002 Byline: Joseph M. Torsella, President and CEO National Constitution Center Philadelphia (Letter to the editor), archived at USHISTORY.ORG
A more perfect Philadelphia story December 21, 2003 Here is James Dexter,
coachman, buying his freedom and the freedom of his wife; here is Dexter helping …
http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/living/special_packages/constitution/6134663.htm
2003
• Slavery in the heart of freedom June 29, 2003
…James Dexter, a former slave, was an important member of the society and of the African Episcopal Church www.ushistory.org/presidentshouse/news/inq062903.htm
• Razing the ‘most historic bathroom’. Wed, May. 28, 2003
A restroom, built in 1954 on the site of the President’s House, is being demolished.
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/5955757.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer | 04/06/2003 | For Park Service, a struggle …
James Dexter, a former slave whose North Fifth Street homesite was … Contact staff
www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/ news/special_packages/bell/5567088.htm-
• Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/01/2003 | Archaeologists dig up …
Archaeologists excavating the North Fifth Street home site of James Dexter, an 18th-century black leader, said
www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/ news/special_packages/bell/5290235.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer | 02/25/2003 | The dig begins for a long …
So began the effort to find some trace of James Dexter, a free African American and former slave who helped www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/5254939.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer [02/13/2003] “Liberty Bell site plan to show liberty
“Giving Form to a Creation Story – The Remaking of Independence Mall,” Laurie D. …
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/living/education/5168288.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer | 02/06/2003 | Site of ex-slave’s home to be …
The site of the home of James Dexter -a former slave and a founder of the nation’s first black human-rights …
www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/ news/special_packages/bell/5115685.htm
• Philadelphia Inquiror Design of Liberty Bell site criticized Thu, Jan. 16, 2003
A public meeting gave harsh reviews to Independence Park’s effort to tell the story of slavery at the Presidents’ House
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/4958366.htm
2002
• Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/25/2002 | Planners rethink slavery …
Archaeologists believe the Home site of James Dexter, A former slave and A founder
www.ghostproxy.com/…/010110A/http/www.philly.com/
• Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/31/2002 | Proposed wording on slave …
Some scholars and African Americans are dismayed over what they perceive as inaccurate or misleading
www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/ news/special_packages/bell/4997664.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer September 29, 2002 Bus depot plan will pave over history, critics say
http://www.ushistory.org/presidentshouse/news/inq092902.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer July 10, 2002 Panel calls for slave commemoration
http://www.ushistory.org/presidentshouse/news/inq071002.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer June 11, 2002 At Liberty Bell, protesters push for excavation of slave quarters
http://www.ushistory.org/presidentshouse/news/inq061102.htm
• Philadelphia Inquirer March 24, 2002 Echoes of slavery at Liberty Bell site
Byline: Stephan Salisbury and Inga Saffron, Inquirer Staff Writers
http://www.ushistory.org/presidentshouse/news/inq032402.htm

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Kensington Burial Ground
Philadelphia Historical Commission declines to certify old burial ground, Philadelphia Inquirer, July 10, 2016.
Historical Commission backs certification of Kensington burial ground, Philly.com, June 16, 2016.
Kensington graveyard rises from the past as developer seeks to build, Philly.com, May 31, 2016.
Tension Between Development And Preservation In Fishtown Project, CBS Philly, May 30, 2016.
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Market Street I-95/Penn’s Landing Overpass (1970’s)
Celebrating Independence Day,This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, July 2, 2010
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Marcus Hook Plank House
Home renovation turned historical preservation, Philly.com, August 4, 2015.
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Metropolitan Detention Center (7th and Arch Street)
18th Century WIndow Lead, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission Friday, April 10, 2009
Children’s Ceramic Items, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, February 27, 2009
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Museum of the American Revolution Site
Excavated Colonial Bowl Shows Early Technological Breakthrough, CBS Philly 3, Jan. 14, 2017
American ‘Holy Grail’ Punch Bowl to Go on Display, NYT, JAN. 13, 2017
Key Discovery of Revolution-Era Pottery Unearthed in Philadelphia, New Historian, Jan. 7, 2017
“Holy Grail” of American Ceramics Found During Archaeological Excavation, Heritage Daily
‘Holy Grail’ Of American Ceramics Dug Up, To Be Showcased At NYC Fair, Antiques and the Arts Daily, January 3, 2017
http://theartnewspaper.com/market/art-fairs/see-the-holy-grail-of-american-porcelain-at-new-york-ceramics-glass-fair/, The Arts Newspaper, Jan. 3, 2017
“Holy Grail” of American Ceramics Found During Archaeological Excavation of New Museum Site in Philadelphia On View for the First Time at New York Ceramics & Glass Fair, ARTFIX Daily, Jan.2, 2017
Artifacts Found In Museum Site Tell Stories Of Early Philadelphia, CBS Philly, Dec. 6th
Relics from the Cauldron of the Revolution return to Old City Museum, Philly Voice, Dec. 6th, 2016
‘Holy grail of American ceramics’ found in dig at American Revolution Museum, Philly.com, October 17, 2016
Archaeological Excavation at Site of New Museum of the American Revolution Traces Philadelphia’s Transformation Since the 17th Century, Heritage Daily, July 8th, 2016.
Historic Toilets Tell the Tale of Philadelphia’s Revolutionary History, History Channel, July 7, 2016.
Check Out The Crap They Found In Philadelphia’s 18th-Century Toilets, Gizmodo Australia, July 7th, 2016
Treasures from American history found preserved in 300-year-old human poop in an old brothel, Washington Post, July 7, 2016.
Archaeologists unearth historical treasure trove from 300-year-old Philadelphia toilets, Fox News Philadelphia, July 7th, 2016
Philly’s Poo: Old Toilets Reveal Early America’s Secret History, LiveScience, July 6, 2016
82,000 artifacts found at site of new Philadelphia museum, Geeksided, July 6, 2016
Archaeologists unearth 87,000 artifacts including wig curlers and a punch bowl dating back to the American Revolution while digging up 250-year-old toilets in Philadelphia, Daily Mail, July 2, 2016.
What a Toilet Shows About Life During the American Revolution, The finds from an 18th-century Philadelphia privy have researchers flush with excitement. National Geographic, July 1, 2016.
Archaeologists Find Thousands of Artifacts in Old Philly Toilets, Privy pits at the site of the future Museum of the American Revolution provided a wealth of artifacts for archaeologists, Philadelphia Magazine, July 1, 2016.
Artifacts Spanning Three Centuries Unearthed in Philadelphia, Archaeology Magazine, May 25, 2016.
82K Artifacts Unearthed at Museum of the American Revolution Site; From really old buttons to a prized punch bowl, Curbed Philly, May 24, 2016
Archaeologists Uncover 82,000 Artifacts at American Revolution Museum Site in Philadelphia, The findings were hailed as giving a glimpse into the history of Philly, NBC Philadelphia, May 23, 2016.
Archaeologists uncover centuries of Philly history beneath former visitors center Discoveries include wig curlers, marbles and print types, Philly VOICE, May 23, 2016.
Philly’s revolutionary history unearthed beneath museum site, Philadelphia Inquirer, May 20, 2016
Privy Contents Become Public During Dig for Revolutionary Museum, Newsworks, May 18th
Archaeologists Recover Artifacts Under Museum Construction Site in Philadelphia, Popular Archaeology, Jan. 7, 2015
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Mutual Burial Ground of Kensington
Kensington graveyard rises from the past as developer seeks to build, Philly.com, May 31, 2016.
Tension Between Development And Preservation In Fishtown Project, CBS Philly, May 30, 2016.
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In Memoriam
Michael Parrington, NJ Archaeologist. Phila. Inquirer, October 28, 2014
Daniel G. Roberts, 66, Archaeologist
June 13, 2014, Philadelphia Inquirer
Robert J. Sharer, 72, Penn archaeologist and curator
Sept. 28, 2012, Philadelphia Inquirer
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Native American Archaeology News in the Tri-State Area
Late Archaic, early Woodland in Camden, NJ:
A Surprising Find Below the Surface in Camden, Courier-Post, August 7th, 2016.
Surprising Finds Near Holtec Site in Camden, Washington Times, August 7th, 2016.
Surprising finds near Holtec site in Camden, Courier-Post, August 5th, 2016.
Surprising finds near Holtec site in Camden, The Archaeology and Metal Detecting Magazine, August 3rd, 2016.
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National Constitution Center (NCC) Site/Independence National Historical Park
Philadelphia Story: “We the People” and 3D Scanning at the National Constitution Center Site, by Bernard Means, August 14, 2016.
The Things We Treasure, by Elizabeth Mosier, News Currents, Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 3, 2016
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NYC Shipwreck Vessel Possibly From Colonial PhiladelphiaHow our Impressions of an Author Shape What Gets Published, Even on the Comments Page
by Pearl Duncan, at History News Network, 8/17/14
What’s A Ship From Colonial Philadelpia doing under the World Trade Center
Philly.com, August 4, 2014
Ship Found Underneath Ground Zero Probably Built in Philadelphia CBS Local, Philadelphia, July 30th, 2014
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Philadelphia County Archaeology (General)
Construction project unearths potential piece of Philadelphia’s history, ABC Channel 6, August 9th, 2016.
Philadelphia County, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission,Friday, June 28, 2013
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President’s House Site (Independence Park)
A Tour of Abolitionism in Philadelphia, (President’s House archaeological site is discussed starting at Minute 17 in the second segment of video), Friday Arts|WHYY, Nov. 4th, 2016
“Resilient Lives” Display Brings African American History To Light at Cheyney University, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania News, March 24, 2016
The Memorial Where Slavery Is Real:America has only one federally funded slave memorial—and it’s been falling apart, Politico, July 4th.
President’s House Still a Soggy Mess
Phila. Inquirer, May 22, 2014
Problems still plague Philadelphia’s President’s House memorial
Aug. 19, 2012, Philadelphia Inquirer
*See also President’s House in the News (2012-2001) at the Independence Hall Association’s webpage at UShistory.org
George Washington’s Slaves: The First President’s House in Philadelphia Will Offer a Glimpse of What Lies Beneath. By Julia M. Klein, Preservation National Online, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Feb. 29, 2008
FOR NEWS 2002-2012, ALSO PLEASE CLICK HERE…FOR “PRESIDENT’S HOUSE IN THE NEWS AT USHISTORY.ORG

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Public Archaeology and Outreach
The Things We Treasure, by Elizabeth Mosier, News Currents, Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 3, 2016
The Long Arm of Archaeology – Outreachout·reach: the activity or process of bringing information or services to people, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, November 7, 2014
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Redbank Battlefield/Whithall House, S. New Jersey
Relics of 1777 Battle of Red Bank going on display, Philly.com, June 17, 2016
Unearthed Revolutionary War artifact tells story of ‘American Tenacity’, NJ.com, June 16, 2016
Archaeologists find possible historic cannon at Red Bank, Philly.com, August 26, 2015
Unearthing more Revolutionary History, Philadelphia Inquirer, June 9th.
Archaeology Up Close in National Park, Courier Post, June 8th.
Archaeological dig planned for Glouco site of 1777 battle, Philly.com, March 30, 2015
Historical Treasures Unearthed at Red Bank Battlefield Dig
02/22/13, WestDeptfordPatch
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Queen Lane, Germantown
Archaeological Dig at Germantown Potter’s Field Site will not start before March
01/25/2012, Newsworks
Queen Lane Apartments demo in limbo as archaeologists, historic-preservation experts plan Potter’s Field visit
Three Possible Grave Sites discovered at Potter’s field site in Germantown
July 13, 2012, Newsworks WHYY
Underground Search of the Potter’s Field in Germantown commences
April 11, 2012, Newsworks WHYY
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Shofuso House and Japanese Garden
Archaeological dig at Shofuso unearths remnants of long-forgotten Japanese bazaar: Exhibit showcasing found objects coming in May, Philly Voice, April 11th, 2016
Teens Dig History at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, Japan America Center of Philadelphia, October 4, 2015
Artifacts from 1800’s discovered at Shofuso Japanese House, The Parkside Journal, September 6, 2015
Archeologist uncover Shofuso’s Japanese House and Garden’s storied past, Philadelphia Free Press, August 5, 2015.
New archaeology at Shofuso unearths the garden from 1876, Broad Street Review, August 2, 2015
Shofuso digging for its Centennial ancestor, PlanPhilly, July 29, 2015.
Archaeological dig at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden in Philadelphia, New Jersey.com, July 30, 2015
Big Dig: Japanese Garden in Fairmount Park, Courier Post, July 27, 2015.
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Toilet/Sanitary Bath Fixture
Flushing out Arch Street… This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, February 11, 2011
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Trenton Museum
For Trenton Museum, Re-creating history piece by piece
Sept. 10, 2012, Times of Trenton
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Underwater Archaeology – Delaware River, Bucks County, Bristol
Moving History: Revolutionary War-era naval weapon found in the river at Bristol now in the hands of state conservationists
02/09/13, Bucks Local News
Preservation of a Cheval-de-frise from the Delaware River, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, Friday, June 21, 2013
Sandy Stirs up History: Revolutionary War spike pulled from the river depths in Bristol
Wed. Nov. 21, 2012, Bucks Local News
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Washington Avenue Project
Historical remains to be moved to vault: Reburial of 200-year-old bodies needs judge’s OK. Colimore, E. March 25, 2005, The Philadelphia Inquirer.
What to do about the historic remains that lie beneath?, Dilanian, K. February 24, 2002, The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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West Shipyard Site – Delaware Waterfront South of the B. Franklin Bridge
Philadelphia dig uncovers timbers from before William Penn
July 29, 2012, Philadelphia Inquirer
Archaeological dig on Delaware Avenue turns up timbers
July 24, 2012, Newsworks
Archaeological search for more of West Shipyard underway
July 18, 2012 PlanPhilly
Excavation Begins On Historical Site At Penn’s Landing
July 18, 2012, CBS Philly
Digging for the past where the Delaware used to run
July 19, 2012, Phila. Inquirer
Archaeologists make exciting find at once-buried 17th century shipyard near Penn’s Landing
July 18, 2012, Metro
Archaeological dig on Delaware Avenue begins Monday
July 14, 2012, NewsWorks
Two-Week dig offers rare glimpse of the birth of the Delaware River industrial waterfront
July 13, 2012, City Paper
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Windows
18th Century WIndow Lead, This Week in Pennsylvania Archaeology Blog, The State Museum of Pennsylvania/ Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission Friday, April 10, 2009
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Whispering Woods, Salem Co. NJ
Student Experience: Arthur Murphy, Whispering Woods, Rutgers-Camden Blog, July 1, 2015.
Student Experience, Jessica Cieslewicz, Whispering Woods, Rutgers-Camden Blog, July 1, 2015.


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