Thomas R. Lewis published in the Spring 2012 issue of the Pennsylvania Archaeologist

The Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology has recently published an article by CHRS Director of Archaeology, Thomas R. Lewis. The article, entitled “Hartman’s Cave (36MR0221): A Crossroads for Victorian Period Archaeologists, Paleontologists and a Botanist,” appears in the Spring 2012 issue of the Pennsylvania Archaeologist, the Bulletin of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology. The article traces the work of such luminaries as William Henry Holmes, Henry C. Mercer, Max Schrabisch and others at Hartman’s Cave, a prehistoric archaeological site and Pleistocene-Holocene age bone bed in Monroe County. Despite the importance of the site, the location of the site was all but forgotten until rediscovered in 2009.