September 14, 2019
Taylor Center of Natural History
12308 E Strawtown Avenue
Noblesville, IN 46060
Since 2004, Gray & Pape, Inc. has conducted archaeological inventory, evaluation, and data recovery efforts in support of the I-69 Corridor Project. Other investigations have included assessing the potential for buried archaeological sites in floodplain settings. The presentation will provide a general overview of archaeological work conducted for the I-69 Corridor Project and will focus on three specific archaeological investigations conducted in Greene and Morgan counties, Indiana.
An Overview of Archaeological Investigations of the I-69 Corridor, Indiana
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Presenter: Patrick Trader has been a principal investigator for Gray & Pape for thirteen years. He is responsible for supervising archaeological inventory, evaluation and data recovery projects. Trader has been involved in conducting archaeological studies for the I-69 Project Corridor for ten years. Trader has an M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a focus on Prehistoric Archaeology. Trader is currently the president of the Indiana Archaeology Council.
Date: Saturday, September 14
Time: 1:00 pm
Ages: Best for school-aged children and adults
Registration: Not required