Virtual Program – Historical Archaeology and the Search for the Early Philadelphia Potter, Branch Green

Historical Archaeology is an area of study within the discipline of Archaeology. In the United States, this encompasses the period from European contact with the American Indians up to the near present day.
Join us on Friday, January 19 at 12:15 PM for a virtual Learn at Lunchtime program as Paul Nasca, Senior Curator of Archaeology with the State Museum of Pennsylvania, discusses what makes historical archaeology unique, shares what are some of the specialized areas of research within the field, and provide a summary of the preliminary research on one of Philadelphia’s earliest stoneware potters, Branch Green.
Presentations begin at 12:15 PM and will last approximately 20 minutes followed by a question-and-answer session.