Monday, April 13, 2009

New Staff

During the past week, two new people joined the staff of Gibb Archaeological Consulting (GAC). While GAC is a separate entity from the Port Tobacco Archaeological Project, my staff plays an integral role in the Port Tobacco work.

Anne Hayward joined us last week. She is a recent graduate of St. Mary's College and interned with our colleagues Dennis Pogue and Esther White at Mount Vernon. She has interests in underwater archaeology, museum science, and historic textiles.

Stephanie Duensing joined us today. She is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park. She has interests in 18th and 19th-century sites.

I'll let them tell us all more about themselves as they get settled and start working on Port Tobacco material...they'll probably spend the next two days washing and re-bagging materials from the March Campaign while we wait out the inclement weather...I hope they will contribute some blogs.


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