Archaeology Of Central New York
I-81 Syracuse, Tubman Home, Skaneateles Farm
I-81 Corridor Archaeology: Students will join in an ongoing GIS ata gathering project gathering data on pre-1960s communities that existed along and in the vicinity of the path of Interstate 81, in Syracuse. The objective is to reconstruct the ethnic and social composition of these neighborhoods in the 19th and early 20th century.
Harriet Tubman Home: Syracuse University has been involved in archaeological and heritage research at the Harriet Tubman home for two decades. This season we will work with the archaeological collections from the site to generating a master database.
Skaneateles Farm Archaeology: Students will learn excavation techniques as we explore a possible privy site at the Austin / Van Etten farm (established ca. 1812) in Skaneateles.
No experience necessary. Earn 6 units of credit- ANT443/643 (tuition, with no additional project fee. First class meets in Lyman 411a (program will arrange transportation to off campus venues). Program is daily 9-4 with final day B-B-Q on May 24th.
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Online at: Archaeology of Central New York Field School Summer 2019
Web Links & Resources on Harriet Tubman & The Freedom Trail
Harriet Tubman Home:
National Park Service Network to Freedom:
Federal Legislation: Underground Railroad Network to Freedom program:
Syracuse University African American Studies Department:
Regional Information on the Freedom Trail: