James Lee

James Lee is Vice President of Hunter Research, Inc. and serves as the firm’s Principal Archaeologist. He has worked as a consulting archaeologist for 25 years and has a deep interest in the historical and industrial archaeology of the northeastern United States. Lee is particularly knowledgeable about the canals of the Middle Atlantic region, and lives in a plane tender’s house on the Morris Canal. He has a B.A. from Rutgers University in history and anthropology, and an M.A. from Durham University, England, in archaeology  is Vice President of Hunter Research, Inc. and serves as the firm’s Principal Archaeologist. He has worked as a consulting archaeologist for 25 years and has a deep interest in the historical and industrial archaeology of the northeastern United States. Lee is particularly knowledgeable about the canals of the Middle Atlantic region, and lives in a plane tender’s house on the Morris Canal. He has a B.A. from Rutgers University in history and anthropology, and an M.A. from Durham University, England, in archaeology 

 
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