Crvnetters are reminded that the Center will sponsor a
research-in-progress seminar, "Archaeology Discovers Burlington's
Changing Infrastructures on Upper Main Street," to be presented by
Douglas Frink, Archaeology Consulting Team (ACT), on Wednesday, March
13, 1996, at 7:30 P.M. in Memorial Lounge on the main floor of the
Waterman Building. The paper was cowritten by Charity Baker, also of
(From the description of the seminar)"Ongoing archaeological work,
conducted by the Archaeology Consulting Team in conjunction with
plans to upgrade Burlington's upper Main Street, is uncovering
considerable source material about the city's early history and
growth. Documentary evidence and preliminary field excavations have
revealed six valuable 19th-century sites. Despite many changes in
this urban area, the preliminary excavations indicate that
archaeological sites are intact below the ground."
For more information, point your browser to the Center's web site at
http://www.uvm.edu/~crvt or gopher to UVM's main menu under
Vermont Gophers and Information Resources.
The presentation is #107 in the Center for Research on Vermont's
Research-in-Progress Seminar series about Vermont research topics of
interest, which provide researchers with the opportunity to exchange
preliminary findings across disciplinary lines. Many of the seminars
are broadcast on Channel 17 Town Meeting Television via Adelphia
Cable in the Greater Burlington viewing area. All seminars are free
and open to the public.