A woman-owned businses providing archaeological services to government agencies and their prime contractors in the New York Metro area since 1992.

SPREADING THE WORD

In addition to offering archaeological consulting services, Ms. Stone has presented the results of her work to the general public and to the professional community.   She is also active in professional organizations and has been elected President of  Professional Archaeologists of New York City, Inc. (PANYC) (2014/15 and board member 1992-2011, 2016-present), to the board of directors of the Society for Historical Archaeology (2015-2017) and to the executive board of the New York Archaeological Council (NYAC) (1999-2017).  Ms. Stone is also on the Standards Committee of NYAC and, as such, has co-authored the NYAC Monitoring Guidelines, used by professionals throughout New York State, and the NYAC Standards Handbook, created to assist non-archaeologists with using New York State's Professional Standards for Cultural Resource Investigations.   

Interviews and television appearances include:

  • NY1 News - multiple dates
  • Crain's New York Business - 2014
  • New York Times - 2010
  • Super City: New York.  The History Channel - 2008
  • Civil Engineering News - 2006

 

Public presentations include:

  • Artifacts that Enlighten: The Ordinary and the Unexpected - Book - Co-Editor and Contributor
  • Artifacts that Enlighten: The Ordinary and the Unexpected - Session Chair - Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference - St. Charles, Missouri - 2019
  • Hidden Beneath Our Feet - Working Archaeology on Governors Island - 2014
  • The Practice of Urban Archaeology - New York Archaeological Council, Professional Archaeologists of New York City and the Columbia University Center for Archaeology - Program Committee Chair and Moderator - 2010
  • South Ferry Fieldwork: A Jigsaw Puzzle with 100-Foot Pieces of Log and Stone - Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference - Amelia Island, Florida - 2010
  • What’s New at the South Ferry Subway in Manhattan: A First Look at the Archaeological Excavations Since the Completion of Analysis - American Institute of Archaeology and the New York State Archaeological Association - 2009
  • Colonial Waterfront Development in and around Battery Park: Excavations for the New South Ferry Subway Terminal - Symposium Chair - Professional Archaeologists of New York City & the Museum of the City of New York - 2008
  • Rebuilding Downtown: A History of Rejuvenation Lecture and Walking Tour - Road Scholar Program of the South Street Seaport Museum - 2006
  • Archaeological Monitoring for Resource Identification: A Consultant’s View - Approaches to Identification of Historic Properties for Transportation Projects: What Works and What Doesn’t - Transportation Research Board Summer Meeting (Session Co-Chair) - Williamsburg, Virginia - 2006
  • Complying with NEPA Commitments: An Archaeology Perspective - New York City Transit CPM Environmental Engineering Conference - 2005
  • Hitting a Brick Wall: Excavations of the Underhill Brickworks - Croton Public Library, Croton-on-Hudson, New York - 2003
  • The Colored Cemetery of Flushing: Uncovering Its History, Preserving Its Future - Queens Borough Public Library, Flushing, New York - 2000.

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