Pittsburgh Tribune Review-Student Elizabeth Abernathy

Elizabeth Abernathy
Mercyhurst forensic anthropology student Elizabeth Abernathy uses technology and skills learned in the classroom to photograph and research one of the oldest cemeteries in Allegheny County as part of her thesis. Her work was featured in a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review story titled Long-abandoned cemetery draws researcher's attention.

PHOTO: Elizabeth Abernathy photographs a headstone at Turner Cemetery in Squirrel Hill. (Photo courtesy Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.)

 

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