FortShirley_Final_11292017.xlsx

Penn State Archaeology Field School students in the 2009-2014 seasons rediscovered and excavated Fort Shirley, a French and Indian War frontier fortification established by George Croghan near present day Shirleysburg, PA. Analysis of the animal bone recovered from these excavations was undertaken by Penn State graduate student Martin Welker in association with undergraduate students Kristi Bartolome, Grace Bratlee, Paige Lynch, and volunteer Joanne Hughes.

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Work Title FortShirley_Final_11292017.xlsx
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  1. Welker, Martin H
  2. Bartolome, Kristianne
  3. Hughes, Joanne E
  4. Bratlee, Grace
  5. Lynch, Paige
  6. Burns, Jonathan A
  7. McClure, Sarah B
Keyword
  1. Historical Archaeology
  2. Fort Shirley
  3. Zooarchaeology
  4. Archaeology
  5. French and Indian War
License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
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Deposited November 29, 2017

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  • Added Creator Bartolome, Kristianne
  • Added Creator Hughes, Joanne E
  • Added Creator Bratlee, Grace
  • Added Creator Lynch, Paige
  • Added Creator Burns, Jonathan A
  • Added Creator McClure, Sarah B
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