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*DIGITAL* History in Hot Water: Climate Change and the Shipwrecks of Lake Champlain

October 6
7:00 pm


Norwich Congregational Church, United Church of Christ
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Note: due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this talk will only be offered online, via Zoom. Advance registration is required for this event. Register for this free talk.

Lake Champlain is home to hundreds of well-preserved shipwrecks that help tell the story of our region. But climate change is altering the lake’s underwater cultural heritage. Susan Evans McClure and Christopher Sabick from the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum consider the impact of historical objects changing before our eyes.

About Susan Evans McClure and Christopher Sabick

Susan Evans McClure is executive director of the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. She leads educators, curators, and archaeologists as they explore the relationship between the land, the people, and the water of the Champlain Valley. Christopher Sabick is the director of Archaeology and Research at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. He has been an archaeologist and conservator for over 20 years and has directed several major archaeological projects on Lake Champlain.

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Underwriter: University of Vermont Center for Community Engagement as part of the Fall Conference 2021, “This Mazed World: The Humanities and Climate Change

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Lucinda Walker
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(802) 649-1184