CAMPUS NEWS: JANUARY 22, 2024

ST. LOUIS CATHEDRAL DIG

UNO Professor Ryan Gray Excavates In St. Louis Cathedral: ‘It really is a one-of-a-kind project’

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University of New Orleans anthropology professor Ryan Gray and a team excavates a site inside St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, the oldest active cathedral in the U.S.

University of New Orleans anthropology professor Ryan Gray and a team excavates a site inside St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, the oldest active cathedral in the U.S.

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