Matt Shullek from The Ohio Historical Society’s Web and Multi-Media Department (picture 1) made several visits to record the excavation process. And Kathy Hoke, also OHS, sent out a press release to various news related organizations. The site was the focus of media attention the last couple weeks of the field school.
The first to publicize the Wright State University field school work was the Wilmington News Journal.
John Switzer, columnist for the Columbus Dispatch, spent some time interviewing Dr. Riordan (picture 2).
The Ohio Historical Society thanks Dr. Robert Riordan and all the students and volunteers (listed below) for the enthusiasm and professionalism they demonstrated throughout the project and we look forward to continued investigations in 2007.And finally, Christina Morgan from WOSU 820 AM NRP interviewed staff and field school participants for a piece which aired on NPRs All Things Considered and Morning Edition. Picture 4 shows Kat Landers being interviewed. Also pictured are (left to right) are Phyllis Rigney, Angela Chavez and Christina Davis.
Students: Brian Beiersdorfer, Patricia Brechlin, Angela Chavez, Sarah Clark, Christina Davis, William Laib, Kathleen Landers, Allison Leet, Bill Martin, Sandra Millard, Thomas Miller, Phyllis Rigney, Katherine Rippl, Daniel Ross, Joseph Shaffer, Dean Wells, Anna Zalusky
Volunteers: Veronica Frost, Chris Mangin, Katie Ulrich, Larry Wickliff