Archaeology Exhibits

Bard Exhibits

Bard Exhibits
Internet versions of two installations—at the 1836 Blithewood Gardener's Lodge site and near a 9,000-year-old campsite beside the trail to Cruger Island—and two map/photo galleries: about the 1845 Sands House site and the ca. 1815 gatehouse to Miramonte, the 'lost estate' of Robert Livingston Tillotson near the center of Bard's campus.

Germantown Exhibits

Germantown Exhibits
11 internet exhibits include: on-site displays at the 1746 Parsonage, a traveling exhibit about the extant ca. 1790 structure, slideshows about background research and initial excavations, a video of a student's performance on a replica musical artifact, a slideshow and video about the buried mid-18th-century well, an interactive mapping tool about the original 1740 division of the land grant among 63 families from the Rhenish Palatinate, and an interactive map of 2016's field school dig.