Have you ever wanted to install a museum exhibit? An opportunity awaits you at the Myers Residence! Explore 19th century life through historical artifacts found through excavations conducted by the University at Albany Archaeologists this past summer behind the Myers Residence. Please join us in a conversation with Archaeologists Marilyn Masson, Professor at the State University of NY at Albany, and Michael Lucas, NYS Museum Archeologist, and with others regarding the exploration and findings of the summer Archeology Field School. Also enjoy an experience of hands on research of the artifacts uncovered. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Advance registration is required by calling Underground Railroad History Project at 518-432-4432 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence historic site is an initiative of Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, Inc. (URHPCR). URHPCR is a non-profit organization the mission of which is to re-explore the story of the Underground Railroad for its local connections, the story of African Americans abolitionists, and the relationship of Underground Railroad history to contemporary local, national, and international events.