Stephen A. Mrozowski



Yearbook Saying

Portsmouth  . . .  U.R.I.  . . .
likes football and all sports  . . .
hates losing something  . . .  "O.J."  . . .
New York - Emerald Pub  . . .
shot put  . . .  deep into music  . . .
Junior Student Union  . . .  The Wolfman  . . .
remembers winning Class C  . . .
"a few beers."

Nickname: "Mo"

Senior Superlatives:  "Most Mouth"

Activities: Football, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track




Current Info

Steve and his wife Anne live in Providence.  Steve is a historical archeologist who teaches at UMass in Boston.  Over the years he has written 4 books and over 50 papers.  He is noted for his work on early American archeology.    

(Ed. Note: I wonder if Steve got his interest in archeology from Doc Erhardt?)


Website Links

Anthropology Professor Presents First 1999-2000 Distinguished Lecture

UMass Boston Receives $1 Million for Fiske Archaeological Center (picture of Steve)

Links to Steve's Books on

The Archaeology of Class in Urban America

Lines That Divide: Historical Archaeologies or Race, Class, and Gender (Paperback)

Living on the Boott: Historical Archaeology at the Boott Mills Boardinghouses, Lowell, MA

New England's urban prehistory: Evidence from two sites in Newport, Rhode Island

News Story

An Archeological Dig on Shelter Island (Run by Steve)




De La Salle Academy, Newport RI                                                                                                       Class of 1971