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Curriculum Vita



Craig S. Chartier


EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

Academic Preparation
University of Massachusetts at Boston, Historical Archaeology, 1995-
2000, M.A.

University of Rhode Island, Anthropology, 1988-1993, B.A.

Title- Masters Thesis
An Explanation of the Proportional Differences in Shellfish Between
Two Features at the Sandys Point Site

Archaeological Employment

Wilbur Smith Associates, Providence, Rhode Island, Archaeological
Technician, 6/90 to 6/91

Museum of Primitive Art and Culture, Peace Dale, Rhode Island, Student
Director MPC 101 Archaeological Site, 5/90 to 6/93

Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc., Archaeological Technician, Raise on
5/93 to Senior Archaeological Technician, 6/91 to 12/93

Wampanoag Indian Program, Plimoth Plantation, Interpreter and Staff
Archaeologist, 3/94 to 5/97

Wampanoag Indian Program, Plimoth Plantation, Research Associate,
5/97-7/98

University of Massachusetts at Boston, Research Assistant under the
direction of Dr. Stephen Mrozowski, 9/93 to 6/96

University of Massachusetts at Boston Summer Field School: Aptucxet
Trading Post Museum, Primary Investigator, 5/96-7/96

James River Institute for Archaeology, Faunal Analyst, 8/98-3/99

Timelines Inc., Field Crew, Faunal Analyst, Site Supervisor, Project
Archaeologist, 10/ 00- Present

Related Experience

Anthropology of the Skeleton, Brown University 1991

Honorary Societies

Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Inducted 1993

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Inducted 1993

Awards

Presidents Award for Student Excellence in Anthropology, 1993

Professional Memberships
Zooarchaological Society, 1999-present

Council for Northeastern Historical Archaeology, 1995-present

Society for Historical Archaeology, 1995-present

International Society of Osteoarchaeology, 1999-present


PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

Faunal Experience

Seekonk Pipeline, Middle Woodland, Seekonk, Massachusetts

Sakonnet River Pipeline Project C. 1100 YA Sakonnet, Rhode Island

Polpis Road Bike Path Middle to Late Woodland Nantucket,
Massachusetts

Spectacle Island Middle to Late Woodland Boston Harbor,
Massachusetts

Hornblower II site Middle to Late Woodland Martha's Vineyard,
Massachusetts

Sandbank Shell Midden Late Woodland/ Contact Period Plymouth,
Massachusetts

Browne Late Woodland to Contact Period Plymouth, Massachusetts

Nansemond Site, Contact Period, Suffolk, Virginia

Sandys Point, Late Woodland to Contact Period, Yarmouth,
Massachusetts

44JC103 Governors Land, circa. 1622, Williamsburg, Virginia

Edward Winslow c, 1630-1650 Marshfield, Massachusetts

Allerton/Cushman Site 1632-1690 Kingston, Massachusetts

Magunco c.1730, Canton, Massachusetts

Ezra Perry II Site 1673-1730 Bourne, Massachusetts

Robert Bartlett II c.1670-1720 Plymouth, Massachusetts

William Bradford III and IV c.1679-1730 Kingston, Massachusetts

William Harlow House c.1677-1900 Plymouth, Massachusetts

First Settlers c.1680-1776 Jamestown, Virginia

Utopia 1680-1800, Kingsmill, Virginia

Hazard Farm 1769-1900 Matunuck, Rhode Island

Conferences

October 1995. Council for Northeastern Historical Archaeology Annual
Meeting, Fortress of Lousiburg, Nova Scotia.
A) Paper read: Ceramics from the Allerton Cushman Site 1632-1699.
B) Paper read: Faunal Remains from the Ezra Perry II Site, Bourne,
Massachusetts.

October 1992, Council for Northeastern Historical Archaeology Annual
Meeting, Albany, New York.
Paper read: From Father to Son: An Evaluation of Wealth from the
Hazard Farm, Matunuck, Rhode Island.

March 2001. NEAA Conference, New London, Connecticut.
Paper read: New Directions for New England Zooarchaeology.

October 2001. Council for Northeastern Historical Archaeology Annual
Meeting, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
A) Paper read: A Reinterpretation of the Attack on the Clark Garrison
House, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
B) Paper read: The Position of the European Chicken (Gallus gallus) in
Seventeenth Century Native New England Culture.


Published Reports
Report of an Intensive (Locational) Archaeological Survey for the
Whipporwill Estates in Raynham, Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc.
September 2001.

Intensive (Locational) Survey for the National Tower, LLC Antenna Site
Athol, Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc. August 2001.

Intensive (Locational) Survey for Jefferson at Ashland Station Ashland,
Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc. August 2001.

Intensive (Locational) Archaeological Survey Report for the Self-Storage
Facility at Forestdale Road Mashpee, Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc.
August 2001.

Report of an Intensive (Locational) Archaeological Survey for the Cross
Street School Interceptor and Forest Hill Drive Segments of the Andover Waste Water System in Andover, Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc. July 2001.

Report of an Intensive Archaeological Survey for the Tall Pines
Development Clinton, Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc. July 2001.

Intensive (Locational) Archaeological Survey and Site Examination for
Contract 21 of the Waste-Water Program Dracut, Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc. June 2001.


Intensive (Locational) Archaeological Survey at Freezer Point Barnstable,
Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc. May 2001.

A Report on the Intensive (Locational) Archaeological Survey of the Little
River Waste Water Project, Gloucester, Massachusetts. Timelines, Inc. May 2001.

Analysis of the Faunal Remains from the Sophronia Young Site, New Seabury, Massachusetts. In Archaeological Site Examination of the Sophronia Young Site New Seabury, Massachusetts. Timeline, Inc. April 2001.

Analysis of the Faunal Remains from the Boston College Hammond Site Andover, Massachusetts. On file at Timelines, Inc. January 2001.

Unpublished Reports
A Reevaluation of the John Alden Archaeological Site (DUX-HA-3). On File: Alden Society, Duxbury, Massachusetts. July 2001

The Aptucxet Trading Post: Fact, Fiction, and a Study in 20th Century
Myth Creation. University of Massachusetts at Boston April 2000. On
file: Massachusetts State Archives, Boston, Massachusetts.

Faunal Remains from the Sandys Point Site: Feature 29 and Feature 1.
University of Massachusetts at Boston November 2000. On file: Massachusetts State Archives, Boston, Massachusetts.


REFERENCES

Professor Stephen Mrozowski
Department of Anthropology
University of Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts 02125
(617) 287-6842

Garrett Fesler
Primary Investigator
James River Institute For Archaeology
2080 Jamestown Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
(757) 229-9485

Michael Roberts
Director Timelines Inc.
410 Great Road
Littleton, MA
(978) 486-0688