Jessie Russett has been named director of Indiana Landmarks’ Eastern Regional Office in Cambridge City. She will work to save and revitalize historic places and help solve preservation issues in Blackford, Decatur, Delaware, Fayette, Franklin, Henry, Jay, Madison, Randolph, Rush, Union and Wayne counties. An Indiana native who earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Ball State, Russett spent the last five years working for the National Park Service as the archaeologist for parks in the Southeast and Sierra Nevada. Most recently, she was an archaeologist and tribal liaison at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in Three Rivers, California. A reception for Russett will be held in November at the Huddleston Farmhouse, home to Indiana Landmarks’ Eastern Regional Office.

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