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Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003:
Tales from the Glenville Woods

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[This information is from p. 34 of Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003: Tales from the Glenville Woods by Stephen D. Jones, Ph.D., RPA, and others, and is reproduced here with his permission.]

IX. Personnel

The project was initiated and managed by Stephen D. Jones, Ph.D., RPA, in conjunction with F. Andrew Wolfe, Ph.D., PE, and the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute. Project directors were Jason Farrow and Blakeny Peschel, both of Union College. Theresa Rourk, also of Union College, assisted with supervision of diggers and served as a research assistant for the project during the summer of 2003, with funding from Union College. Other people helping with supervision were Louise Basa, MA, of Schenectady County Community College, and Denis Foley, Ph.D., RPA, of the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute. Diggers included numerous students of Union College archaeology courses as well as students of the Science and Technology Entry Program; I can only mention people who participated two days or more: Benjamin Acevedo, Britney Girigore, Marse Pulley, Marshe Richardson, Larry J. Ruzycky, Trish Smith, Koji Yasuda, and especially Carol Lewis, who has been with us from the start. The experts assisting on artifact identification were Scott D. Stull, Ph.D., of Hartgen Archeological Associates, Wayne Lenig of the New York State Archaeological Association, and especially Ronald F. Kingsley, Ph.D., of Schenectady County Community College. Most equipment was supplied by the Lewis Henry Morgan Institute, while Union College and Schenectady County Community College provided some facilities. With the partial exception of Rourk, all participants provided their services free of charge.

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