Kim Finch

Graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario in 1998 with a BA in North American Historical/Industrial Archaeology, and History. While at Laurier, I participated in fieldwork at military sites in Ontario and in Bermuda. I have completed field schools at the Carp River Forge, Fort Wilkins, and the West Point Foundry with Michigan Tech. Some of my interests include the formation of industrial communities, and zooarchaeology. My thesis will incorporate geoarchaeological studies, including ground-penetrating radar and resistivity, at the West Point Foundry, NY. Outside of school I enjoy rock climbing, camping, hiking, and kayaking, eh!

Department of Social Sciences, Michigan Technological University Houghton, MI 49931
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