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Commonwealth Director Contributes to Recent Publication, “Historical Archaeology of the Revolutionary War Encampments of Washington’s Army”

“The first readily available consolidation of archaeological work done at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, and Redding, Connecticut. This is important work.”—Lawrence E. Babits, coeditor of From These Honored Dead: Historical Archaeology of the American Civil War

“Readers of all backgrounds will appreciate the artistry with which the authors weave information obtained from new and more traditional archaeological field methods with primary historic research to reveal new insights into camp life.”—Clarence R. Geier, coeditor of From These Honored Dead: Historical Archaeology of the American Civil War

At Commonwealth, we strongly support employees that give back to the industry through their expertise and experience. Recently, Regional Director Jo Balicki contributed to a new publication that presents recent archaeological and ethnohistorical research on encampments, trails, and support structures of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. In addition to Mr. Balicki, contributions and expertise were provided by Cosimo Sgarlata, Joseph R. Blondino, Douglas Campana, Wade P. Catts, Daniel Cruson, Mathew Grubel, Mary Harper, Diane Hassan, David G. Orr, Julia Steele, and Laurie Weinstein.

Find out more the publication and order your copy today at https://upf.com/book.asp?id=9780813056401.

 

 

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