New York City Archaeology Then and Now: Continuing Stories from the Underground
Sunday, May 4, 1:00-3:00 pm

The 34th Annual Professional Archaeologists of New York City (PANYC) Symposium on New York City Archaeology takes you on a tour back through time—and below street level. Some speakers will revisit archaeological sites decades after excavation, while others describe how their early investigations informed their later work and careers. Images of site excavations more than a half-century ago will be compared with photographs of the same areas, long since developed, as they appear today.

Co-sponsored by PANYC.
Registration recommended; free with Museum admission.

The Wilkins Site near Powell's Cove, Malba, Queens: A Multi-Purpose Pre-Contact Period Occupation that kept on giving. Eugene J. Boesch Ph.D., R.P.A.; Archaeology and Historic Preservation/Arcadis-US
Brooklyn’s Empire Stores: A Jumpstart to 30 years as an Urban Archaeologist Joan H. Geismar; Joan H. Geismar, Ph.D., LLC
Snapshots in time Alyssa Loorya; Chrysalis Archaeology Chris Ricciardi; Chrysalis Archaeology
The Bronx turtle petroglyph in the New York Botanical Garden Prof. Allan S. Gilbert; Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology, Fordham University

For more information, or to order tickets by phone, please call 917.492.3395.