Forensic scientists and students at Rutgers University–Camden were busy this spring with an unlikely project: identifying human remains from the 18th century. The remains were found in February in Philadelphia when a construction crew inadvertently began excavating human bones and coffins with backhoes. The bodies at the location—a decommissioned burial ground for the First Baptist Church and now the proposed site for an apartment building—were supposed to have been exhumed in 1860 and reinterred at Mount Moriah Cemetery, located in southwest Philadelphia. The remains were taken to a forensic-osteology lab at Rutgers–Camden where scientists and students—led by Kimberlee Moran, an associate teaching professor and director of forensics—determined the gender, ethnicity, and age at death. The intention is to bury the remains where they rightfully belonged all along: Mount  Moriah Cemetery.