Publications

Brian Grills

2015 From Mundane to Extraordinary: Skilled Crafting and Evidence of Early Woodland Ritual Lithics. Co-authored with Nina M. Versaggi. Presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association Conference, Watertown, New York.

2010 Battles for Newtown: The Roles of Descendant Communities in Battlefield Memorialization and Heritage. Presented at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society of Historical Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

2008 Placing Stone Tool Production in Context: Interpreting Small Lithic Scatters in the Upper Susquehanna River Valley. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast, edited by Christina Rieth. New York State Museum Bulletin 508, Albany, NY.

2008 ‘A burning thing makes a fiery ring’: Preliminary Interpretations of the Stratton Mill Creek Site. Presented at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association Conference, Syracuse, New York.

Sara Grills

2017 Benson Site (SUBi-2465; NYSM 11535, USN A01742.000434), PIN 9014.43.121, 02PR01938, Gravel Bar Removal Project, Village of Bainbridge, Chenango County, New York, MCD 01742. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

2008 Glacial Micro Topographical Land Use Patterns in Upstate New York. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast, edited by Christina Rieth. New York State Museum, Albany, NY.

Christopher Hohman

2016 Data Recovery, Clark Site, PIN 9095.59.121, New York Route 10, Town of Kortright, Delware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton Univeristy, Binghamton, New York.

2008 Small Lithic Sites: Linking Significance with Context. Co-authored with Nina M. Versaggi. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast, edited by Christina Rieth, pp. 175-186. New York State Museum Bulletin #508, Albany.

2006 Upland Landscapes: Land Use Strategies on the Alleghany Plateau of New York. Co-authored with Nina Versaggi and Timothy Knapp. Presented at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

Claire Horn

2012 Data Recovery Investigations, L. Northrup Site (SUBi-2676; NYSM 11713), PIN 7804.42.121/BIN 1029290, NY 68 over Tibbit's Creek, Hamlet of Northrup Corners, Town of Oswegatchie, St. Lawrence County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

2004 Glass Analysis, Ludlow Massacre Site (5LA1829): Report on the Glass Artifacts from the 2001 Field Season (Feature 74). Submitted to the Colorado Coalfield War Archaeology Project, Anthropology Department, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado.

2002 A Report on the Excavations at French Azilum (36Br134), Summer 2000. Submitted to the Pennsylvania Bureau for Historic Preservation, Section of Archaeology, at the State Museum of Pennsylvania, and French Azilum, Inc.

Michael Jacobson

2011 Archaeology of the Moment: Creating Place in the Ludlow Strikers’ Colony. In Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest, edited by William Walker and Kathryn Venzor. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.

2010 Documentary Research Report and Research Design Revolutionary War Newtown Battlefield Project (August 29th, 1779) Chemung County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York. Coauthored with Brian Grills, Richard Kastl, Nina Versaggi, Sherene Baugher, Brant Venables, Robert Venables, Darren Bonaparte, Richard Hill, G. Peter Jemison, and Robert Powless.

2009 The Landscapes of Hope and Fear: A Study of Space in the Ludlow Strikers’ Colony. In The Archaeology of the Colorado Coalfield War, edited by Randall McGuire and Karin Burd. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.

2009 Moralizing Space: An Archaeological View of Emotion in Colorado’s Coalfields. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Chacmool Conference.

Richard Kastl

2002 Review of Martin V. Melosi, The Sanitary City: Urban Infrastructure in America from Colonial Times to the Present, In Vernacular Architecture Newsletter, Number 91, Spring 2002, pp. 38-39.

2001 Review of Christine Hunter, Ranches, Rowhouses & Railroad Flats. American Homes: How They Shape Our Landscapes and Neighborhoods, in Vernacular Architecture Newsletter, Number 89, Fall 2001, pp. 29-30.

Samuel Kudrle

2019 Late Archaic Catchments and Least Cost Path Models. Paper presented at the Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association, Johnstown, NY.

2014 Summary of the Prehistoric John Moore Farm Site, Broome County, New York. Paper presented at the Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association, Oneonta, NY.

2011 SUNY Delhi Holding Pond Project (06PR06574), Phase 3 Data Recovery of the Delhi Holding Pond Site, Town of Delhi, Delaware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

2009 Cascadilla Creek Prehistoric Archaeological District: A GIS-informed Context Development, Phase 3 Alternative Mitigation Report, Town of Ithaca, Tompkins County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Laurie Miroff

2019 Community Archaeology at the Trowel's Edge. Co-authored with Nina M. Versaggi. Paper presented at the 84th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Albuquerque, NM.

2015 Approaches to Landscape and People: A Memorial to Albert Arch Dekin, Jr. Co-authored with Nina M. Versaggi. Northeast Anthropology 83/84:1-6. 

2015 Shifting Landuse at the Confluence of the Chenango and Susquehanna Rivers. Northeast Anthropology 83/84:117-136.

2010 The Enigmatic Vestal Phase of the Late Archaic. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 80(2):30-49.

2009 Analytic Scale and Iroquoian Archaeology. Co-authored with Timothy D. Knapp. In Iroquoian Archaeology and Analytic Scale, edited by Laurie E. Miroff and Timothy D. Knapp, pp. xiii-xxxi. University of Tennessee Press. 

2009 Local-level Analysis of Social Reproduction and Transformation in the Chemung Valley: the Thomas/Luckey Site. In Iroquoian Archaeology and Analytic Scale, edited by Laurie E. Miroff and Timothy D. Knapp, pp. 70-100. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

2008 Reconsidering Culture-Historic Taxa in the Late Archaic. Co-authored with Jeremy J. Wilson and Nina M. Versaggi. North American Archaeologist 29(2):157-177. 

Maria O’Donovan

2011 Going Places: The Historical Archaeology of Travel and Tourism. Special Issue, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 15(2), co-editor with L. Carroll and contributed article "A Trip to the Mountains: Travel and Social Relations in the Catskill Mountains of New York.”

2011 The Lay of the Land: Power, Meaning and the Social in Landscape Analysis. In Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest, edited by W. Walker and K.R. Venzor, pp. 93-110.  University of Colorado Press Boulder.

2011 A Tale of One Block: Daily Life at the Binghamton Mall Site. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

2005 Probing Archaeological Praxis: The Last 80 Years. Co-authored with Randall H. McGuire and LouAnn Wurst. Rethinking Marxism 17(3):355-372.

2004 A Small Space with Many Uses: The Archaeology of the Persons Site, a 19th - 20th Century Farmstead in Middleburgh, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

2002 The Dynamics of Power. Center for Archaeological Investigations Occasional
Publication No. 30, Carbondale, Illinois, editor. Contributions: Introduction and Chapter One, Grasping Power: A Question of Relations and Scales.

Daniel Seib

2011 The Field Identification of Rural Blacksmith Shops. In Iron in New York. New York State Museum.

2010 The Field Identification of Rural Blacksmith Shops. Presented at the Iron in New York Symposium at the New York State Museum, October 16-17, 2010. Organized by Marty Pickens, New York State Museum.

2007 The Archaeology of the Chittenango Blacksmith Shop. Co-authored with Andrea Zlotucha Kozub. Paper presented at the 91st Annual Conference of the New York State Archaeological Association, Saratoga Springs, NY. 

Nina M. Versaggi

2012 A GIS-Assisted Re-Analysis of the Interstate-88 Sites in the Schenevus Creek Valley, New York. Paper presented in the Memorial Symposium for Albert A. Dekin, Jr. NYSAA Annual Meeting, Poughkeepsie, NY. With Samuel Kudrle.

2010 Commemorating the Past through Visual Representations: A Case Study from Binghamton’s Urban Core (with Maria O’Donovan). Paper presented in the Symposium Beyond The Brochure 2.0: Public Outreach In Cultural Resource Management, 75th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology St. Louis, Missouri, April 17.

2008 Reconsidering Culture-Historic Taxa in the Late Archaic. Co-authored with Laurie E. Miroff and Jeremy J. Wilson. North American Archaeologist 29(2):157-177.

2008 The Archaeology of Central New York State. Chapter in Archaeology in America, Francis P. McManamon, editor. Greenwood Publishing Group.

2008 Small Lithic Sites: Linking Significance with Context. Co-authored with Christopher Hohman. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast, edited by Christina Rieth, pp. 175-186. New York State Museum Bulletin #508, Albany.

2007 Partners in Preservation: The Binghamton University Community Archaeology Program (CAP). In Past Meets Present: Partnerships in the Public Interpretation of Archaeology, John H. Jamison, Jr. and Sherene Baugher, editors. Springer Press.

2006 NAGPRA Consultations with the Iroquois Confederacy of Sovereign Nations of New York. In Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Native Americans and Archaeology in the Northeastern United States, Jordan Kerber, editor. University of Nebraska Press.

2001 Adding Complexity to Late Archaic Research in the Northeast. Co-authored with LouAnn Wurst, Cregg Madrigal, and Andrea Lain. In Appalachians Highland Archaeology, edited by Lynne P. Sullivan and Susan C. Prezzano. University of Tennessee Press.

2000 Decoding the Message in the Midden: What Can We Learn from Nineteenth Century Sheet Refuse? In The Archaeology of Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Domestic Sites in New York State, John P. Hart, editor. New York State Museum Bulletin No. 495, Albany.

Andrea Zlotucha Kozub

2019 An Early Look at the J. W. Wadsworth 2 Site, Genesee, NY. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association, Johnstown, NY.

2018 "To Married Ladies it is Peculiarily Suited": Nineteenth Century Abortion in an Archaeological Context. Historical Archaeology 51(2):264-280. 

2016 The Archaeology of Pig Pens. The Bulletin of the New York State Archaeological Association #130.

2014 Privy to Their Secrets: Archaeological and Historical Context of Abortion in 19th Century America. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archeaology, Quebec, Canada.

2014 The Signatures and Significance of Pig Pens. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association, Oneonta, NY.

2014 Cuts to the Bone. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology, Long Beach, NJ.

2011 A Tale of One Block: Daily Life at the Binghamton Mall Site. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York. (as contributing faunal analyst; Maria O’Donovan, author)

2007 Archaeology at the Chittenango Blacksmith Shop. Presentation to the William M. Beauchamp Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association.

2006 The Carneys of Cornell’s Farm. New York State Preservationist (OPRHP), 10(1):10-11 (with Nina Versaggi).

2003 Faunal Analysis for the Ludlow Massacre Site (5LA1829). Report submitted to the Colorado Coalfield War Project, University of Denver and Binghamton University.

2003 “Those in Humble Stations”: Archaeology of the E. Cornell Site, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Phase III Data Recovery Report.  Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.