In the News, Publications, Awards and Recognition
Cultural resource management is a deliberate and delicate balance between public information and site protection. During excavation PAST generally maintains a relatively low profile, carefully selecting safe projects for public involvement.
PAST in the News
A Major Find - Reprinted article from The Chronicle
Metaphors For Modern Life - Reprinted article from The Republican-American
Relics May Lie Beneath the Hill - Reprinted article from The Journal News
New Listings on the National Register of Historic Places: Rochambeau's Army in Connecticut - Reprinted article from Connecticut Preservation News, a publication of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation
New Listings on the National Register of Historic Places: The Clark Farm Tenant House and The Terryville
Waterwheel - Reprinted article from the Connecticut Preservation News, a publication of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation
Hall, Ann. (1981, August 9). Trowel vs. Bulldozer: Archaeology in Connecticut. The Hartford Courant Magazine.
Daly, Matthew. (1999, October 2). A Cellar Into the Past. The Hartford Courant, sec. B, pp. 1.
Kaplan, Adar. (1999, October 2). Dig's Protective Cover Blown Away. Journal Enquirer, pp.5.
Pearsall, Susan. (2000, December 24). Dig Gives New View of Colonial Housing. The New York Times, sec. 14, pp.9.
Clouette, Bruce. (2002, May 19). Panelist speaker at The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation's 2002 Statewide Preservation Conference, "Preserving the Past, Invigorating the Present." Connecticut Broadcast News Network.
Clouette, Bruce. (2002). Featured Historian on Connecticut's Public Television's series "Connecticut's Cities." Aired on CPTV on May 2002.
Condon, Tom. (2002, October 24). Stone Walls Too Precious to Lose. The Hartford Courant, sec B, pp. 1 and 11.
Grant, Steve. (2002, October 23). Etched in Stone: Breaks in the Walls Unraveling Our Heritage. The Hartford Courant, sec. D, pp. 1 and 4.
McCabe, Laura. (2003, Vol. 26, No. 4). Artist Statement. Ornament: The Art & Craft of Personal Adornment, pp. 14 and 15.
Guarino, Douglas P. (2003, October 29). Dig at Putnam Cottage Reveals the Past. The Norwich Bulletin, sec. B, pp. 1.
Lemmon, Linda. (2003, November 21). Cottage Impresses State Experts. The Putnam Town Crier, pp. 1 and 2.
Daddona, Patricia. (2003 December 2). Waterford Historic Districts Show Plain Life of Working People Along with the Well-To-Do. The New London Day, sec. A, pp. 1 and 5.
In order to obtain reprints of either the Hartford Courant or New York Times articles please visit ctnow.com or nytimes.com. Search the newspaper's archives by article title and year of publication. The cost for reprinting an article, or viewing over the web, is $2.50 for the Hartford Courant and $2.95 for the New York Times.
Newgate Prison and Copper Mine - Reprinted article from CRM
Adriaen's Landing - Reprinted article from CRM
Clouette, Bruce and Mary Harper. Clark Farm Tenant House. Connecticut Department of Transportation.
Foodways in 18th- Century Connecticut - Reprinted article from CRM
Forrest, Daniel T and Brian D. Jones. "Life in a Postglacial Landscape: Settlement-Subsistence Change during the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition in Southern New England." The New York State Museum Bulletin 497, December 2002.
Thorson, Robert M. Stone by Stone: The Magnificent History in New England's Stone Walls. Walker Publishing Company, Inc. New York: 2002.
Thorson, Robert M. (2002, December 1). These Stones Belong To You and Me. The Hartford Courant, sec. C, pp. 1 and 4.
Clouette, Bruce. (2003). Railroad Roundhouse Archaeology in New Haven, Connecticut. Society for Industrial Archaeology, New England Chapters Newsletter, vol. 23, no. 1.
Clouette, Bruce. (2003) Washington Bridge Milford-Stratford, Connecticut. Society for Industrial Archaeology, New England Chapters Newsletter, vol. 23, no. 1.
Clouette, Bruce. (2003). Carriage-Parts Factory Sites in Hamden, Connecticut. Society for Industrial Archaeology, New England Chapters Newsletter, vol. 23, no. 1.
Clouette, Bruce. (2003). "New Haven, An Industrial City". Carriages and Clocks; Corsets and Locks - The Rise and Fall of an Industrial City, New Haven 1850 - 1950. University Press of New England to be published Fall 2004.
Awards and Recognition
PAST has earned numerous awards for work in cultural resource management, including recognition by Connecticut Preservation Action, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, the Connecticut Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the Hartford Architecture Conservancy, and a National Historic Preservation award from the U.S. Department of the Interior. We have been a leader in archaeological preservation in Connecticut, beginning with large surveys that have provided the core of the state’s archaeological database. Six out of ten of Connecticut’s new State Archaeological Preserves are sites documented by PAST, and we have documented nearly all of the National Register-listed archaeological sites in the state.