Victor Hart was a secondary history teacher with over thirty years of teaching experience in Washington, DC, Texas, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. For twelve years, he was the Archaeological Director for the Historical Society of Perry County conducting community archaeological excavations at the following sites: Woolcomber Massacre, Robinson’s Fort, Fort Robinson’s Railroad Station, Foster Mound, Montour’s Spring, and Clark’s Ferry Tavern. He was a 1967 graduate of George Washington University with a BA in history, a 1979 graduate of the University of the Americas with an MA in anthropology. He also completed post-graduate courses in education, archaeology, and museum studies at Maryland University, University of Texas, Stephen F. Austin University, and York College of Pennsylvania. He is the coauthor of Clark’s Ferry and Tavern: Gateway to the Juniata Valley and Digging for the Clarks: A Four Year Community Archaeological Excavation at Clark’s Ferry Tavern.