|William Engelbrecht, PhD|
He recently completed the task of sorting, categorizing, and cataloging 335,433 pieces of debris found by students at the Eaton Site. Dr. Engelbrecht has spent the last two years trying to fit Madison Point bases and tips together and then trying to figure out what the distribution of mends mean, and will present the results of this interesting and arduous journey in the search of the answers regarding this important Iroquoian site.
Engelbrecht's presentation skills allow people of all ages to enjoy his talks where you are sure to walk away with a greater understanding of archaeological research of the Iroquois and the dedication it takes to complete the research covered in this presentation.He is Always an interesting speaker and is just a great person who wants to share his knowledge in a non-threatening way with everyone who attends!
Admission Donation requested: Adults $6, Srac members $4, students free! Come early and visit the SRAC museum for free with your admission!