The Buried Past: An Archaeological History of Philadelphia

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Acknowledgments

First and foremost, we are deeply indebted to the numerous archaeologists whose work forms the basis of this book. Each of the following has contributed in some way to the story of Philadelphia's historic archaeology, and without their collective efforts, the archaeological heritage of the Philadelphia region would be much the poorer. Doubtless there are others whom we have inadvertently omitted; to them we apologize, secure in the knowledge that their contributions are no less significant than those whose names are listed below.

Leland Abel
Brenda Barrett
David Barrett
Kenneth J. Basalik
Marshall J. Becker
Brooke Blades
Belinda Blomberg
Peter Bogucki
Beth Anne Bower
Sharon Ann Burnston
Douglas Campana
Paul Chace
Betty J. Cosans-Zebooker
J. Lee Cox, Jr.
George D. Cress
Daniel G. Crozier
LuAnn DeCunzo
Richard Diehl
Brian Egloff
Lucia Esther
Richard Fidler
Vincent P. Foley
Joel T. Fry
Jacob W. Gruber
Joseph H. Hall, IV
David J. Hally
Edward F. Heite
William R. Henry, Jr.
Paul R. Huey
Charles E. Hunter
Richard H. Jordan
Susan Kardas
Barry C. Kent
Jeffrey L. Kenyon
Charles C. Kolb
Edward McM. Larrabee
M. E. Colleen Lazenby
Charles H. LeeDecker
Lynne G. Lewis
Mary Butler Lewis
Barbara Liggett
William K. Macdonald
J. Alden Mason
John P. McCarthy
William P. McHugh
Henry C. Mercer
Jackson W. Moore
Edward Morin
Elizabeth Ann Morris
David G. Orr
Vance Packard
B. Bruce Powell
Robert W. Preucel
Elizabeth C. Righter
Douglas Sanford
Helen Schenck
Paul J. F. Schumacher
Robert Schuyler
Ronald Shuster
Helen Smith
Garry Wheeler Stone
Thomas L. Struthers
Roberta Z. Taylor
Ronald A. Thomas
Evelyn M. Tidlow
Alex H. Townsend
Richard C. Waldbauer
Steven Warfel
Carmen A. Weber
C. A. Weslager
Budd Wilson
John Witthoft
Werner S. Zimmt

Other professionals whose work has touched and enhanced the archaeology of Philadelphia include numerous architects, historians, architectural historians, conservation- ists, museum curators, archivists, administrators, geologists, physical anthropologists, geophysicists, and other professionals. Among them are the following:

John Alviti
J. Lawrence Angel
Kathryn Ann Auerbach
Frank Barnes
Penelope Batcheler
Bruce Bevan
Frank M. Boeshore
John R. Bowie
G. Edwin Brumbaugh
J. Duncan Campbell
William M. Campbell
Richard Candee
Hobart Cawood
Ward Childs
Pam Crabtree
Robert L. DeSilets
John M. Dickey
Carl Dobley
Robert Dockhorn

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