Knee Deep in Paul Revere’s Privy: Archaeology at the Paul Revere House Lot

TUE, SEP 20, 2016 (00:00)

Archaeological investigations conducted by The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. at the Paul Revere House site from 2011-2013 resulted in the recovery of nearly 10,000 artifacts and a range of landscape and infrastructural features, including drains, cisterns, privies, and sewer pipes, dating from the late 17th to the late 19th centuries. (Photo credit: CC BY-SA 3.0,

+ BIO: Kristen Heitert

Senior Archaeologist at The Public Archeology Laboratory, Inc. (PAL)

Paul Revere Memorial Association