The Princeton Battlefield Society and its consultants, Archaeologist Wade Catts of Commonwealth Heritage Associates and historian Robert Selig, will be presenting the results of their just completed 2016-17 archaeological and historical study of the Princeton Battlefield, which throws more light on the progression of the Battle. Special focus will be on the D’Ambrisi property and it’s role in the Battle, the location of the back road and the saw mill, and the possible locations of soldier burial areas. The presentation will take place on Tuesday, June 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the main room of Monument Hall at 45 Stockton Street (aka 1 Monument Drive). The Battlefield Society is also calling for a limited number people to sign up who are interested in volunteering for excavation of a possible burial site under the supervision of a professional archaeologist. The study has been financed by a grant from the American Battlefield Protection Program of the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. The archaeological work is being financed by a small grant from the Civil War Trust.