As preparations are made to rebury 14 individuals from the 18th century Schuyler Flatts Burial Ground, join Curator of Bioarchaeology Lisa Anderson to learn about their lives through the study of human remains and the history of enslavement at the Flatts.
June to July
Vendors display and sell gems, jewelry, minerals, fossils, and much more. This event is co-sponsored by the Capital District Mineral Club and the New York Academy of Mineralogy.
All proceeds benefit the Museum's mineral acquisition fund.