Kathleen Eierman, a senior American Archaeology major at Lycoming College will present on Maryland and Pennsylvania Public Archaeology.
This will be the second presentation in the Northcentral Archaeology, Chapter 8 lecture series. Families with school-aged children are encouraged to attend.
Kathleen attended field school in 2007 at Lycoming College. She has excavated in Muncy for the past three years. She recently interned at the Lost Towns Project in Annapolis, Maryland where she excavated several sites including a colonial Quaker home and prehistoric Algonquin settlements. Kathleen has mainly focused her time on public archaeology as well as other areas of archaeology including research.
She is also the teaching assistant for the American Archaeology class at Lycoming.
Northcentral Chapter 8 is the Lycoming County chapter of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, Inc. which was organized in 1929 to: Promote the study of the prehistoric and historic archaeological resources of Pennsylvania and neighboring states; Encourage scientific research and discourage exploration which is unscientific or irresponsible in intent or practice; Promote the conservation of archaeological sites, artifacts, and information; Encourage the establishment and maintenance of sources of archaeological information such as museums, societies, and educational programs; Promote the dissemination of archaeological knowledge by means of publications and forums; Foster the exchange of information between the professional and the avocational archaeologists.