Robert Goodby, Ph.D., Sole Member and Principal Investigator. Dr. Goodby has over 20 years of experience in New England Archaeology and cultural resource management, and has authored over seventy reports for public and private sector clients. He holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Brown University, and is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, New Hampshire.

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Dr. Alexandra Chan, Principal Investigator, holds a doctorate from Boston University and has worked in cultural resource management since 2004. Her area of expertise is the historical archaeology of the colonial and post-colonial periods of northeastern North America, and she is a particular authority on the archaeology of early African America.

Slavery in the Age of Reason: Archaeology at a New England Farm (University of Tennessee Press, Sept. 2007), an archaeological look at slavery in the North, based on three years of excavations at the Isaac Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford, MA.

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Matthew Labbe, Project Archaeologist, holds a master�s degree in nautical archaeology from Texas A&M University. A New Hampshire native, he has worked in cultural resource management in New England since 2007. He is particularly interested in adapting techniques used for reconstructing shipwrecks to analyze the remains of historic buildings and other local structures. In addition to his work in New England, he has worked on several projects in Turkey.

Matthew Labbe

Martha E. Pinello, Principal Investigator, holds a Master's Degree in anthropology and history from UMass-Boston,  and has over three decades of experience working on historic sites throughout New England. She served for many years as Chief Archaeologist at the Strawberry Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH, and has special expertise in paleoethnobotany and landscape archaeology.

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Karen Hutchins

Edward Bouras is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, and has over twelve years of field experience in the American southwest and northeast. An expert in lithic technology, he has conducted numerous archaeological studies, including ongoing research in the Munsungen Lakes region of Maine.

A. Garrett Evans holds a degree in anthropology from the University of New Hampshire, and has over a decade of archaeological field experience. He is a professional surveyor and proficient in CAD and related computer surveying technologies.


Gail Golec holds a degree in anthropology from Mercyhurst College, where she received extensive training in forensic anthropology and zooarchaeology. Working for the New York State Museum, she analyzed human skeletal remains for NAGPRA repatriations, and has over a decade of archaeological field experience.

Gail Golec



Tracy Botting, Technical Editor. Ms. Botting holds an M.A. in English from the University of New Hampshire, and is on the faculty of Keene State College.

She is also a freelance technical editor, and prospective clients can reach her at

Monadnock Archaeological Consulting, LLC
Robert Goodby Ph.D., Sole Member
144 Greenwood Road
Dublin, NH 03444
Phone (603) 563-8123