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Hartgen Archeological Associates receives the
2009 Small Business of the Year Award
from the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Archeology begins for the Albany Convention Center.
Check out coverage of excavations in the
, and the
"Exhibit sheds light on early Albany slum: Life in Sheridan Hollow was grim for Irish Immigrants in 1800s,"
“Beneath the City: An Archaeological Perspective of Albany.”
Several of the sites featured in the New York State Museum’s (NYSM) new
were excavated by Hartgen, which also sponsored the exhibit.
Campers dig into Albany's past: Ten Broeck Mansion becomes archaeological training ground for week.
Crew digs up historic items: Archaeology team surveys Kate Mullany National Historic Site.
Alice P. Kenney Award
was presented to Karen Hartgen and Charles Fisher, For Contributions to Understanding the Dutch Colonial Experience in North America. Awarded by the
New Netherland Institute
Sense of Place Award
was presented to Hartgen Archeological Associates by the
Historic Albany Foundation
Historic Cherry Hill
, and the
Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center
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