An End to 2013 Fieldwork (for now)


“the Crew” (most of them) from left to right: Justin Uehlein, Myles Schaller, Bev Hendricks, Teresa Robbins, Jim Kuzma, Mike Roller, Paul Shackel

Last Tuesday we filled in our last units with the help of some kind Pardeesville folks (thanks Jack!). We raked the soil flat and laid grass seed over the closed units. Back at the Tamarack Street field house in Hazleton, we washed as many artifacts as we could before placing them into sandwich bags and packing them in boxes for transport. I spent one last day in Pardeesville to say goodbye (for now) to some of the folks that helped us out over this last month.  Thanks to everyone for sharing your photos, stories, and assistance! We are blown away as much by the amazing history we have uncovered as the warm and generous community we have become acquainted with.

There is a lot more to post about over the next year!  I have a few posts ready to go from Myles and Bev. I will also be writing about some of our finds and our labwork. In addition, there are some mysteries from the field we may ask your help with. Keep in contact!


About LM Project

The LMP is a collaborative endeavor which aims to recognize the events surrounding the Lattimer Massacre, an incident that changed the labor movement and impacted the world by bringing to light economic disparities and ethnic tensions in the anthracite region of PA.
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1 Response to An End to 2013 Fieldwork (for now)

  1. Andrea Cervasio says:

    Thank you for coming to Pardeesville. We learned so much about our town and its past

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