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David Staley

CRSP Principal Investigator
518-473-5026

M.A., Anthropology, 1990, Washington State University
B.A., Anthropology, 1981, University of New Mexico

Lithic analysis, historic archaeology, 19th-century farmsteads, transportation and industry, mortuary analysis, Contact-period material culture, Upland Aleutian Sites, and St. Lawrence Island subsistence diggers.

Current CRSP Projects:

  • Data Recovery of 1026-1028 Lincoln Ave. Utica, New York.
  • Site Examination of John Olive’s Blacksmith Shop Site, Springfield Center, New York.
  • Archaeological Monitoring of the Utica North-South Arterial Reconstruction Project, Utica, New York.

Current Research Projects:

  • Lithic resource exploitation at the Goodyear Site, Springfield, New York.
  • Industrial Archaeology at the Adirondack Iron and Steel Company’s Upper Works, Essex County, New York.
  • History and Archaeology of the Thayer Homestead, Springfield, New York.
  • Roadside Garbology: Archaeological Lessons from Adopt-A-Highway Clean-Up Data.

Publications

2010
2009
Staley, D., 2009. Going Mobile: Archaeological Lessons from Historic Buckland Communities., in: Pratt, K. (Ed.), Shadowlands: Legacies From The Alaska Native Past. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Anchorage, Alaska, pp. 123-135.
Staley, D., 2009. State Archaeologists Conduct Research near Route 315 Bridge over Oriskany Creek. Newsletter of the Marshall Historical Society 2-3.
Staley, D., 2009. Archaeological Hike: History Underfoot. Newsletter of the Otsego Land Trust.