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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

2009
2008
2007
Staley, D., 2007. Circling Back, in: Pratt, K. (Ed.), Shadowlands: Legacies From The Alaska Native Past. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Anchorage, Alaska.
Staley, D., 2007. CVS Archaeology Elective Class Excavates at the Thayer Homestead. Newsletter of the Cherry Valley Springfield Central School District 20.