William B. Liebeknecht
Principal Investigator, M.A.
Over 20 years experience supervising archaeological survey, excavations and laboratory processing projects in the Middle Atlantic region, notably in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Considerable experience in field excavation and recording techniques, laboratory analysis and artifact identification. Supervised ANCS cataloging of materials from Franklin Court and prehistoric sites in the Upper Delaware Valley. Served as principal investigator for the NJ Route 29 archaeological mitigation project in Trenton, New Jersey; the Hackensack Meadowlands archaeological survey for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and numerous archaeological survey, evaluation and mitigation projects in New Jersey, Delaware, and New York.