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©2018 BY LOWER SUSQUEHANNA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, CHAPTER 28 SPA. PROUDLY CREATED WITH WIX.COM

President

Paul Nevin

Paul and his family have made the river area their home for over thirty years. He has immersed himself in the history and heritage of the Susquehanna as it flows through our region. The leading authority on Susquehanna River rock art, Paul is a caretaker and conducts tours of the ancient American Indian petroglyphs located in the river below Safe Harbor Dam. He serves on the board of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology and is president of the local chapter. Paul is also a talented craftsman who specializes in restoration of historic structures.

Debbie Saylor

Vice President

MS, BSN, BS, BA

Curator of  Indian Steps Museum

Research Director for archaeology program  CSYC

Vice-president of SPA 28

Enjoys public outreach and archaeological excavations

Judy Englert

Treasurer / Membership Secretary

Education: 

Graduated University of NY at Potsdam 1969 with a BS degree

Graduate work: Franklin and Marshall University; Penn State University,

York  Elementary Teacher  St Rose of Lima School for 38 years

Currently:  docent at Indian Steps Museum and  Will's School House in Windsor, PA

 

 

Larry Saylor

Board Member

Board Director for SPA 28

Board Director for Conservation Society of York County

Resident artist for Indian Steps Museum

Interest in Native American primitive technology, pottery & ceramic reproduction.

Jack Gardner

Board of Director for Chapter 28, SPA

Jack is a retired marine and general contractor in the Lancaster & York area.  He brings his carpentry skills to the board and assists on Chapter 28 excavations and projects.  Jack's hobbies include wood turning and building bat and bird houses to encourage wildlife

Ed Althouse

Director

Retired Educator.  My primary interests in archaeology include Pre-contact through the Revolution.

I have visited many Native American sites from Connecticut to Illinois and from New York through Lousiana.

I am presently active in the excavation and identification of the revolutionary prison camp of  Camp Security (York County, PA).

Claude Potter

Board of Director

Claude is one of our newest members added to the Board of Directors.  He brings to the board many skill sets such as carpentry, masonery, metal detection and archaeology excavation. 

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