Field School 2015- Finding the Kitchen

During the summer of 2015, students from Lynchburg College participated in a five week archaeology field school. These students were, Carl Prater, James Robbins, Victoria Funk, Jackie Burke, and myself. The field school was led by Professor Lori Lee, an adjunct professor of museum studies at Lynchburg College. Throughout this field school, students were attempting to locate the Historic Sandusky Kitchen. In taking the Lynchburg College field school at Historic Sandusky, a lot was learned about the importance of the house. Interpreted at Historic Sandusky is the two day period, June 17 & 18 of 1864, that the home was a participant in the battle of Lynchburg. When interpreting the kitchen, it

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Historic Sandusky 

757 Sandusky Drive

Lynchburg Virginia, 24502

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Historic Sandusky is currently closed due to the pandemic. Visitors can walk the grounds and take a self-guided tour using our new self-guided tour brochure available on the wall of the visitor center.

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