Part of the series The Boston Harbor Islands – Resilience and Change, Co-Presented by Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands and Old South Meeting House and Co-Sponsored by Boston Harbor Now.
The Boston Harbor Islands contain some of the most intact Native American and historical archaeological sites and landscapes in Boston, and the Harbor's ancient floor hosts historic shipwrecks and submerged Native sites. Climate change and its associated storms and sea level rise are putting this history at risk. City Archaeologist Joe Bagley will discuss the threats to these resources as part of Massachusetts' Archaeology Month. This talk will include discussion of current and proposed efforts to document archaeological sites in Boston before they are lost.
FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION; Free for EBT and WIC cardholders through the Card to Culture program. Free to members of Old South Meeting House, FBHI, and UMass Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) with identification.