Introduction: Archaeological and Forensic Investigations of an Abolitionist Church in New York City
While excavating the foundations for a planned condominium hotel complex in Manhattan, construction crews discovered human remains. The construction staff subsequently ceased excavation and notified the New York City Police Department and the Medical Examiner’s office. Project officials also notified the New York City Department of Buildings and the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission who requested all excavation be stopped in the vicinity of the remains. Ultimately, the Department of Buildings, the construction permitting agency, determined that all further construction activities be suspended pending the receipt and approval of an integrated work plan for the recovery, documentation and analysis of any human remains. This volume presents the results of the historical background research, archaeological investigation and forensic analysis.
Morin, Edward M.
"Introduction: Archaeological and Forensic Investigations of an Abolitionist Church in New York City,"
Northeast Historical Archaeology:
39, Article 1.
https://doi.org/10.22191/neha/vol39/iss1/1 Available at: https://orb.binghamton.edu/neha/vol39/iss1/1