SUNY Oswego archaeology field school provides enriching student experiences

From left, Wolfgang Pierce and Amanda Cali were among 11 SUNY Oswego anthropology students to take part in the college’s Archeology Field School over the summer at the historic Richardson-Bates House on Oswego’s east side.

OSWEGO - An archaeology dig is different than digging for treasure, but 11 SUNY Oswego students found great value in participating in the return of the Archaeology Field School over the summer.

Led by anthropology faculty member Alanna Ossa, the students unearthed plenty of items and experience in excavating a midden (trash heap) at the historic Richardson-Bates House on Oswego’s east side.

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