Hidden in Plain Sight

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Hidden in Plain Sight: Archaeological Evidence of Prehistoric Native American Life at Portsmouth Historical Sites

Archaeologist Martha Pinello discusses the presence of Native Americans in the Seacoast area through the evidence excavated at various Portsmouth historical sites.



Wednesday, October 23rd 2013 at 5:30 p.m.


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Martha Pinello, a principal investigator for Monadnock Archaeological Consulting, holds a Master's Degree in anthropology and history from UMass-Boston, and she has over three decades of experience working on historic sites throughout New England.  Ms. Pinello served for many years as the chief archaeologist at Strawbery Banke Museum and is principal investigator for excavations at the Warner House where she serves on the Warner House board of governors.