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NYSAA Monthly Lecture Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Gail Merian
01:07:23
very nice presentation
Elizabeth Martin
01:07:41
Thank you so much!
Kelly Britt
01:07:41
Wonderful talk Elizabeth!
Sissie Pipes
01:07:58
sissie
Randi Kepecs
01:08:09
So informative, thanks Elizabeth!
James C Dawson
01:09:16
Will you publish your dissertation? Jim Dawson
Cory Pardo
01:09:24
Amazing presentation! As you conducted your research, what aspect were you most surprised by?
Lynda Hohmann
01:10:17
Wonderful...thank you!
Lena Ferguson
01:10:30
What landscape or other features did you find helpful for geo-referencing cemeteries where there is little left of the historical landscape?
Elizabeth Martin
01:10:34
I am wondering if you have an idea of how many sites could be at risk from coastal boundary changes because of climate change? (Sorry I can’t ask out loud.)
Kelly Britt
01:12:18
To follow on Lizzie’s question above, what do you think is the biggest risk for these cemeteries to be erased? Climate change coastal boundaries, development, etc.
Matthew Kirk
01:12:41
Thanks so much, this was very informative and the data will be useful for future study.
Susan Brearley
01:12:51
You mentioned strong environmental review presentation laws. Can you say more about that? How did these laws affect your work when uncovering new sites?
Ann Morton
01:14:08
very similar issues with poorhouse cemeteries in upstate and central/western new york.
Paul Zimmerman
01:16:09
Great talk. Very illuminating! Thank you.
Clifton Patrick
01:17:48
Excellent presentation. Thanks!
Ava Rogers
01:18:39
Do you know what locations they brought the relocated bodies to? Was there a go-to secondary cemetery location?
Joan Geismar
01:20:02
Congratulations Elizabeth!!
Elizabeth Martin
01:20:07
Thank you so much Elizabeth. And good point to Kelly and Elizabeth. Development…
Kelly Britt
01:20:20
Thank you so much Elizabeth!
Clifton Patrick
01:21:43
NYS penal law cites penalties for both accidental and intentional desecration.
Ann Morton
01:23:51
i live across the street from a church cemetery. the broken grave stones ended up in my yard.
Faline Schneiderman
01:24:34
Great information Elizabeth. Thank you!
Kimberly Hunter-Goodman
01:26:49
Thank you Elizabeth. Your presentation was splendid.
Kelly Britt
01:27:52
Thank you again Elizabeth!
Kathryn Whalen
01:28:05
Thank you, Elizabeth! This was really informative!
Laura A. Lee
01:31:26
For decades, the Association of Public Historians has also had an ongoing project of listing , etc., cemeteries - be in touch with your local historians and avoid duplicate work - also all the genealogical researchers . . .
Jordan Willbanks
01:33:34
Wonderful presentation. Thank you Elizabeth!
Elizabeth Martin
01:33:52
Agreed. It is so important for the region.
Paul Lomax
01:33:55
Marvelous work. Thank you.
Jelena Matic
01:34:59
Thank you for a great presentation and Q&A
Meghan DeVito
01:35:24
Wonderful presentation and work, thank you!
kathleen Thrane
01:36:06
Great presentation, thank you !