Robert Goodby, Ph.D., Sole Member and Principal Investigator. Dr. Goodby has over 30 years of experience in New England Archaeology and cultural resource management, and has authored over two hundred reports for public and private sector clients. He holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Brown University and is a Professor of Anthropology at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire.
Principal Investigator and Project Archaeologist Matthew Labbe 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 interested in the establishment and growth of towns, with particular emphasis on early subsistence mills. His work on the early settlement of Manchester has been published in Historical New Hampshire.
Principal Investigator Martha E. Pinello 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 Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH, and has special expertise in paleoethnobotany and landscape archaeology.
Project Archaeologist Brian Deshler holds a BA in Anthropology from Franklin Pierce University and received graduate training in archaeology at Memorial University in St. Johns, Newfoundland. He has fifteen years of archaeological field experience in the northeastern United States and the Rocky Mountain west and has directed field projects of all levels of complexity, including field excavations, artifact analysis, and report preparation on both historic and pre-Contact Native American sites.
Project Archaeologist 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 two decades of archaeological field experience.
Financial Specialist Sarah Giacomo holds a BA from Mount Holyoke College, where she majored in economics and minored in anthropology. Her business background includes work with a leading law firm in New York City and a large midwestern bank, and her anthropological experience includes ethnographic fieldwork in Tokyo.
Technical Editor Tracy Botting holds an M.A in English from the University of New Hampshire and is on the faculty of Keene State College, where she teaches courses in 19th century women's literature and has a life-long avocational interest in the archaeology and culture of ancient Egypt.
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