Public Archeology Laboratory

DIGGING UP THE PAST: Deborah Cox, president of Public Archaeology Laboratory, in 2007 with some artifacts recovered from a worksite. / PBN FILE PHOTO
DIGGING UP THE PAST: Deborah Cox, president of Public Archaeology Laboratory, in 2007 with some artifacts recovered from a worksite. / PBN FILE PHOTO
(published Dec. 1, 2007) YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1982 TYPE OF BUSINESS: A private nonprofit organization specializing in terrestrial and marine archaeology, historical research, and documentation and preservation planning THEN: PRESIDENT: Deborah Cox LOCATION: Lonsdale Avenue, Pawtucket EMPLOYEES: 47 ANNUAL SALES: $3.8 million NOW: PRESIDENT: Deborah Cox LOCATION: 26 Main St., Pawtucket EMPLOYEES: 63 ANNUAL SALES: $6…

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