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Ten Years of Battlefield Archaeology in the National Park Service Northeast Region

January 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Part of the Massachusetts Archaeology Society Speaker Series: Fields of Conflict and Hallowed Ground, Ten Years of Battlefield Archaeology in the National Park Service Northeast Region Presented by Joel Dukes of the National Park Service.

Explore a diverse range of conflict sites from Maine to Virginia. Over the last ten years NARP has worked with the Parks, historians, contractors, collaborators, volunteers, and stakeholders to help accomplish effective, ethical, respectful, and cutting-edge research and interpretation of Conflict resources, providing insight into the history and archaeology of battles and a better understanding of the landscape of Conflict, the people fighting, and the tactics utilized during engagements.

Joel Dukes has been an archaeologist with the National Park Service Northeast Archaeological Resources Program based out of Lowell, Massachusetts since 2008. Prior to that he was an archaeologist for the US Forest Service for eight years. As a regional NPS archaeologist he serves as an archaeological advisor for several parks including the Appalachian Trail, Statue of Liberty and Richmond National Battlefield Park assisting them with their archaeological needs.

Free Admission. Donations Appreciated


January 16
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Danvers Historical Society


Tapley Memorial Hall
13 Page Street
Danvers, MA 01923 United States
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