The production of materials designed for public educational purposes is often an element of mitigation required for projects that impact historically significant archaeological or architectural properties. Traditionally, the distribution of these publications has been limited to designated state and local repositories and parties known to have an interest in the particular property. As part of our commitment to promoting the value of our cultural heritage through public education, PAL has posted some of its available publications on-line. They may be viewed, downloaded, or printed by following the links included in the descriptions of the materials below. We expect to be adding more in the near future, and hope to make online publication a standard for all the subsequent public educational materials we produce. If you are an educator and have questions about ways to incorporate any of these materials into your curriculum, please feel free to contact PAL’s education coordinator Alan Leveillee.

Selected PAL Publications:

Wildcat Pond Site Complex: 250 Years of Family and Work in Milford, Massachusetts

A Home in the Country, Tomkins Cove, New York. The Fresh Air Association House of St. John the Divine Historic and Archaeological District

Sands of the Blackstone - A PaleoIndian Site in the Narragansett Bay Drainage

The Story of the Old Place Neck Site, Staten Island, New York

Over 5,000 Years of History in Eastern Connecticut-The Story of the Tower Hill Road Site

Discovering Ancient Hunters in South Central Pennsylvania-The Story of the Big Creek Site

Technical Report-Archaeological Investigations Hanover Marketplace, Hanover, Massachusetts

Amtrak’s High Speed Rail Program, New Haven to Boston, History and Historic Resources

Reading the Land, Massachusetts Heritage Landscapes, A Guide to Identification and Protection

History of Hydroelectric Development on the Connecticut Rivers

The Archaeology Performed in Charlestown, Massachusetts for the Central Artery North Reconstruction Project

A Prehistoric Site on Cat Cove Salem, Massachusetts