New book chronicles findings of archaeological dig on grounds of Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm.
Years of work and countless hours clocked by local historians, history students and volunteers have culminated in the recent release of two major publications about local history.
The first is a print publication detailing a 20-year archaeological excavation on the property of the Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm. The second is a new website featuring an interactive map of local historic sites and resources.
These two newly released publications are among the most significant contributions made to the preservation of local history, genealogy and anthropology in the past two decades. Read more.