The Spring Street Archaeology Project is a multi-disciplinary research project headquartered in the bioarchaeology laboratory at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. We are a group of faculty, students, and external researchers investigating the skeletal and artifact remains recovered from the Spring Street Presbyterian Church burial vault site in New York City during the winter of 2006-2007. Our goal is to understand what life was like in New York City during the early 19th century.
|Shannon A. Novak, PhD
|Meredith A.B. Ellis, PhD
|Katherine E. Hicks
Collaborators, Skeletal Analysis
|Cullen Black||John Crandall||Corie Van Doren|
|Anthony Faulkner||Sarah Heins||Eden Hill|
|Lauren Hosek||Catherine LaVoy||Jesse Morris|
|Heidi Murray||Katie Myers||Chase Philips|
|Andrew Pietruska||Amanda Quinn||Vanessa Reeves|
|Anushi Shah||Sawyer Toby||Brittany Jean Vesce|
|Alanna Warner||William Werner||Adrienne Whiting|
|Wesley Willoughby||Crystal Young|
|Anthony Faulkner||Dana Kollmann|
Radiographs graciously provided by Oneida Medical Imagining Center and Dr. Ralph Stevens and Valerie Haley.