The native archaeology of the Finger Lakes

Through his writing, archaeology, and outreach, Kurt Jordan, associate professor of anthropology, works alongside Native partners to better understand the indigenous history of the Finger Lakes region. His work is highlighted in this Cornell Research story.

“The biggest misconception members of the general public have is that Native people are gone,” Jordan says in the story. “There are established communities in this region, and they are still very invested in their ancestral lands. It’s an ongoing connection.”

Read the entire Cornell Research story here.

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