The Ship That Held Up Wall Street: The Archaeological Investigation of a Colonial Ship Discovered in Manhattan
An illustrated lecture with Warren Riess taking the audience through a complete site investigation, from discovery through international interpretation, using a colonial merchant ship site as an interesting example. Known variously as the Wall Street ship, the Ronson ship, or Princess Carolina, the ship and its contents have answered a few questions and posed new ones.
Included with museum admission, which is half-price beginning at 5 pm on Thursdays. Free for UofR faculity, staff and students and to Archaeological Institute of America and MAG members.
Co-sponsored by the Rochester Society of the Archaeological Institute of America.
Warren Riess: Maritime Archaeologist, Research Associate Professor, Emeritus at the University of Maine.
Thursday, April 11 at 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Memorial Art Gallery
500 University Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607