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The bay of Green Bay and the Fox River are interconnected both geographically, as well as culturally. Humans have traveled along these waterways for hundreds, even thousands of years. This presentation will highlight some of the recent archaeological survey work conducted on several shipwrecks and ancient human habitation sites throughout these historic bodies of water.

Kevin holds two Bachelor degrees from UW-Madison (Anthropology and Languages & Cultures of Asia), as well as two Master of Science degrees from UW-Milwaukee (Anthropology and Museum Studies). He has nearly 20 years of experience conducting archaeological excavations, both on land and underwater, throughout the United States, as well as internationally in Ireland and India. Currently, Kevin is the Deputy Director at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay and is responsible for overseeing exhibition development and educational programming, including public archaeology. In addition to his museum duties, Kevin is the president of the Wisconsin Underwater Archaeology Association and senior instructor for the Nautical Archaeology Society’s international training program.

Kevin Cullen

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Don't miss this opportunity to spend the evening with Kevin Cullen and learn about the many shipwrecks in the waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan we have the privilege of diving.

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Also join in the fun of the Murder Mystery, “Murder in Margaritaland”. Dress up in your favorite Caribbean costume and help solve the murder that takes place at the beginning of the evening. Contact Jeremy Saunders to be assigned your character.
Email: ssaunders78@gmail.com
Questions? Contact Jeremy at (920) 495-8544.