The Frost Town team on August 6th, 2022, ready for our Community Archaeology Day. Image: A. Nikolis, 2022.

This exhibit and Symposium was made possible by an American Council of Learned Societies’ Sustaining Public Engagement Grant. The main object cases were arranged by Natalie Klein (Brockport ‘24) and Evelyn Patterson (Brockport ’24). The Frozen Charlotte exhibit was arranged by Emily Yahn (Brockport ‘23). Many thanks to everyone who has been involved with or supported Frost Town Archaeology, including Bekah Leathersich, Emma Wagner, Rani Gill, Michael Garth, Timothy Sandiford, Miriam Rothenberg, Seth Price, Anastasia Nikolis, Jennifer Ramsay, Pilapa Esara Carroll, Samantha Russello, Emily Russell, Kaitlin Adams, Sebastian Sanchirico, Thea Grube, Max Traub, Chris Vidler, Demitrius Schwartz, Elijah Hanebury, Kathryn Cosman, Bryant Sweeney, Kathren Sage, Alex Mercando, Audrey Gallina, Dylan Weinreber, Sydney Salisburg, Eliya Cooper, Alyssa Bressette, Brandon Amthor, Celia DeMallie, Michelle Heeman, Jonathan Broida, Chris Matagne, and many other community members. Thank you to everyone at the Cumming Nature Center and Rochester Museum and Science Center, including and especially Nathan Hayes, Sarah Jacoby Murphy, Rory Stave, Angela Cannon-Crothers, Winona Brown, James Davison, Kathryn Murano Santos, and Vincent Feucht. Thank you.

Emily Yahn excavating pieces of a ceramic stamp at the Hall Residence in 2022. Image: A. Smith, 2022.
A preserved wall at the Hiram Abbey Site near the CNC property. Image: A. Smith, 2022.

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